Andrew Robert Burgess – UX Designer

Andrew Robert Burgess - User Experience Designer

Hello!

My name is Andrew Robert Burgess. I’m a UX Designer based in London, UK, with over 18 years experience in inception, design and development of websites, interfaces and promotions. On this site, you can read my blog, look at my portfolio, find out more about me, or get in touch.

A bit more about me

Presenting my ideas to coleagues

Presenting my ideas to colleagues

Some of my work

Here are a few examples of my work. To see more, visit my portfolio page.

Springer Materials

Springer Materials homepage

Springer Materials is an online resource for chemists, engineers and others involved in materials science, providing data and information on the physical properties of elements and compounds. As Senior UX Designer on the project, I have been responsible for developing the interface and experience on the site, ensuring that users can easily locate the information […]

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BioMed Central: publisher and journal sites redesign

BioMed Central front page

BioMed Central is an open-access scientific publisher, running over 200 scientific journals, most of which exist solely online. I was part of a large team involved in redesigning and reworking the publisher’s site, along with all of its journals into a more updated, responsive and suitable solution. Working as a Senior UX Designer, I was asked […]

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Thoughts

Some of my latest thoughts on the fields of User Experience, Design and Technology. You can view more on my blog page.

A new design for The Guardian

Screenshot of the new design for the Guardian website

This morning, The Guardian, the UK based newspaper, revealed a new design for their website and mobile apps, in conjunction with their release of their newspaper in a tabloid format, instead of the original broadsheet. Naturally, the design decisions of the team at the Guardian have been analysed, over and over, throughout the day by […]

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UX Research: when the users can’t come to you, you have to go to them

The Springer stall at the ACS Fall Conference

In some projects, the users don’t come to you for research, so you have to ensure you go to them. This is crucial in ensuring that your project addresses their needs, and that you don’t get mired in assumptions during production. This post discusses an example of how I went to a conference in Philadelphia to seek out users to talk to.

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