Futureheads

Nathan Drew
Consultant

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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Getting up close and personal | the science of designing for differences

I work with a lot of UX researchers, many of whom are looking at very diverse user groups – in the case of government services, for example. So I’m always fascinated to hear how UX teams navigate the challenges of understanding the needs of a broad user group while maintaining a great experience for everyone.

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 some tips on how to talk about your UX work when you’re at an interview.