Chris Berridge, Designer in Bristol, United Kingdom
Chris Berridge

Designer in Bristol, United Kingdom

Member since January 1, 2017
Chris is a product, brand and UX/UI designer with two decades of experience. He's led design teams on projects worldwide for clients including Google, Spotify, Virgin, Experian, Marriott, and Adidas, as well as numerous startups. He brings a strategic approach to every stage of the design project lifecycle, including research, brand identity, prototyping/MVP, user testing, user interface design, and design system production.
Chris is now available for hire

Portfolio

Digital Design

Employment

  • Owner | Designer

    2016 - PRESENT
    Berridge + Co.
    • Provided freelance design and bespoke digital teams for clients including Experian, Macmillan, Holiday Extras, and Citation.
    • Specialized in brand-led digital experience and product design.
    • Designed products (apps) for a range of startup clients, including Flexy and Cookpad.
    • Created design systems for global enterprise clients, utilizing Sketch and Figma libraries.
    • Working at board-level advising on digital strategy, while also providing hands-on design work.
    Technologies: Sketch, Principle, Adobe, Figma
  • Head of Design

    2011 - 2016
    cxpartners
    • Helped to build a world-class digital team in locations in Bristol and London.
    • Helped the business to grow from eight people to 65 in the space of five years.
    • Led digital design projects and undertook hands-on UX/UI work.
    • Worked on projects ranging from rebranding a bank for the Co-operative Bank to shaping a global eCommerce destination for Clarks.
    • Led design projects for Google and Spotify.
    • Worked in various sectors including fintech, retail, real estate, eCommerce, travel, hospitality, and others.
    Technologies: Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite, Axure, Principle, InVision

Other Experience

  • Boost Your UX with Clear Visual Hierarchy (Publication)
    A vital part of creating an optimal user experience, visual hierarchy determines the order in which people take in and process information on a page, regardless of whether it’s digital or print.

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in Information Systems
    1995 - 1998
    University of the West of England, Bristol - Bristol, UK

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