I’m Becky Colley, UX Designer, Head of Digital Product Design, and one of Adobe’s UX Designers to Watch 2020.
You can see examples of my work below — from sketches to wireframes, talks to testimonials.
Cancer Research UK
I was involved in a variety of projects, products, and design sprints, including:
- Online payments
- Activity management
- Volunteer experience
- Grant management
- Free Will Service
- Relay For Life
- Brand campaigns, such as Right Now
Stand Up To Cancer
I helped the Stand Up To Cancer team learn about user-centred design and redevelop their website. This involved:
- Using research and tools like Hotjar and Google Analytics to identify problems and spot opportunities
- Creating personas using supporter data and user interviews
- Mapping existing and proposed user journeys
- Wireframing, prototyping, and testing new ideas
- Running continuous experiments, e.g. A/B tests, and iterating
The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C
I took part in several design sprints with the Stand Up To Cancer team, including one focussed on encouraging new and existing GBBO fans and Stand Up To Cancer supporters to donate, buy merchandise, and/or fundraise by hosting a bake sale.
Race for Life app
Race for Life, the UK’s largest series of fundraising events, has raised over £500million for cancer research.
Our team gave the Race for Life app a facelift, using user interviews, usability testing, and data from exercises like card sorting to inform updates that made the app more intuitive, easier to use, and more inclusive.
Citizens Advice hackathon
Collaborating with stakeholders from across the energy sector, we hosted Citizens Advice’s first ever hack day, helping 25 energy suppliers to make their debt and complaint letters easier for consumers to understand and to act on.
Heavily involved in organising the event, I ensured it was inclusive and planned workshops so that participants left feeling excited about human-centred design, confident about putting new knowledge into practice, and empowered to make real improvements for customers.
Researched, designed, and built during the temporary closure of the Barbican (due to the COVID-19 pandemic), in 2020 we launched Cinema On Demand so we could continue offering film content and generate income to support partners across the sector.
We later iterated this to add Live from the Barbican, letting users watch music events using their mobile, desktop, tablet, or smart TV. Performances can be streamed live and watched for 48 hours on demand.
What they’re saying
“Becky is great at explaining how things work and at ironing out issues. She has a real creative eye and a drive to add value.”Project Manager
“One of Becky’s best attributes is her friendly and approachable manner. She is supremely kind, easy to talk to and helped me massively by being a person I knew I could ask questions of without judgement.”User Researcher
“Working with Becky was a pleasure due to her efficiency, approachable nature and can-do attitude.”Marketing Manager
“Becky is always happy to help, with a passion for all things UX and getting the best outcomes.”Senior Manager of Consumer Insight
“I still consider the work Becky did for us as the gold standard.”Taxonomy Manager
“Becky takes the initiative, delivers good solutions and is very professional. I can always rely on her to give honest feedback.”Visual UI Designer
“It felt like Becky had been a part of the team for a very long time. She has a lot of resilience and patience and is so good at collaborating and communicating with team members.”Senior Content Designer
“Becky is an absolute star and a brilliant ambassador. I came away from our work with a fresh design and a bunch of useful new skills.”Customer Insight Manager
“Becky is full of great ideas and offers lots of options. She’s really creative and solutions-focused, and I really enjoyed working with her.”Product Manager
“Mentions of ‘UX’ have increased by many hundred percent [since Becky joined us] 👏”Senior Marketing Manager