Nathan Drew

Nathan Drew

User experience

A degree in Music Business first introduced Nathan to digital processes and concepts, which is how he now finds himself in the digital recruitment space. But outside of work, music still plays a big part in his life. He plays the bass guitar and enjoys singing, but thankfully for the rest of us, the singing is confined to the privacy of his own home (unless he’s feeling brave at an open mic night after a few drinks). In the rest of his spare time, Nathan is either keeping active at the gym or chilling at home, unsuccessfully trying to find something to watch on Netflix.

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Nathan's latest news and views

How to Present Your UX Projects at Interview

Putting a great portfolio together and explaining projects on paper comes naturally to some, but here at Futureheads we’ve noticed that when it comes to talking about work during in an interview, things don't always go well for everybody.

So I thought it would be useful to follow up Andrew Roger’s blog on creating a great portfolio by sharing tips on how to talk about your UX work when you’re called in to interview.

All OnBoard! – UX London in review

Last week, the Futureheads UX team had the pleasure of attending UX London, the UK’s largest annual conference dedicated to user experience. We met some fantastic practitioners from a variety of backgrounds and organisation types. What struck me most was the global reach of the conference, with attendees joining us from all over the world. We also covered each of the three days of UX London in previous blog posts.

A quick start guide for the UX Contractor

At Futureheads, every consultant operates a dual desk. This means that we cover both permanent and freelance vacancies and are therefore exposed to both sides of the market. Thus, we’re often there when practitioners are considering making the switch from one to the other. As I alluded to in an earlier article, we’re beginning to see a few people make the switch from contract to perm. These are in the minority though, as most are looking to switch from perm to freelancing.