The Archer team made an app that could change the way we watch TV.
My work in UI & UX began in the early 2000s, back when the buzzword was 'Interactive Multimedia'. I worked for four years at Centre Screen, one of the UKs leading multimedia production companies. They're still around today, and specialize in touchscreen interactive kiosks and exhibits for museums and visitor centres.
While some of my work from that period may look a little dated today, the UI & UX concepts I learned during that time (such as wire-framing, QA testing, interface consistency, and designing for all ages and abilities) are still as valid as they were back then. As UI & UX Designer on Archer, P.I., I channeled all I had learned at Centre Screen, and everything I'd picked up since.