Hello, I'm
Luke Holland

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I see myself as a UX design enthusiast with a mission to make websites and digital products shine.

Throughout my journey, I've honed my skills in improving usability and accessibility, ensuring that everyone can have a great experience.

My expertise lies in the realm of interaction design, usability testing, and user research. With a BSc in Digital Interaction Design and an HND in Interactive Media and Web Development, I'm well-prepared to tackle any UX challenge that comes my way. I thrive on identifying user pain points and crafting solutions that cater to diverse audiences, delivering consistently positive experiences.

I have a keen eye for spotting those pain points and transforming them into delightful solutions. Whether it's creating intuitive interfaces or catering to diverse user needs, my goal is to ensure a seamless and enjoyable user experience.

Currently, I'm holding down the fort at Shelter Scotland. In this position, I lead accessibility efforts, conduct usability tests, analyse data, and conduct user interviews to gain valuable insights into our user's motivations. Additionally, I create new components and contribute to the development of our design system, ensuring consistency across the brand.

Prior to this, I ventured into the freelance world as a web designer, collaborating closely with clients to present and explain designs always making sure to incorporate their feedback and champion user research to create finished products that were truly user-friendly.

So, if you're on the lookout for someone to help you search no more!