Selected work of UX/UI Designer Mike Gomnam.
Currently Interaction Designer (UX) for one of the UK's largest online retailer's Shop Direct Group. Previously Brand Experience Designer at JD Sports Fashion.
I am an ambitious creative with a keen eye for detail and a passion for creating a better user experience across everything digital, with a passion for mobile.
If you'd like to get in touch drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
My main role is to create a better user experience across everything mobile for brands Very, Littlewoods, and Isme. Enhancing the UI making our on rails site a more app like and enriched experience, from wireframes to hi-fi design's.
My main focus at Shop Direct is mobile, and working within the User Experience team our focus is to get the business thinking 'mobile first' by engaging stakeholders in the improvements we are making to our mobile experience.
So after nearly 3 years at JD I felt the time right to move on in the E-Com world have taken the role of UX/UI Designer, focusing on all things mobile at Shop Direct Group, the UK's largest online and at home shopping retailer.
I was tasked to re-design the JD product page to help increase conversion. This involved improving the product viewer, social sharing options, size availability, and cross sell items on the most viewed page on the site.
Working as part of a duo re-designing the JD homepage we created a new style for the business online. Pushing exclusive products to drive sales, we also designed the department pages and incorporated extra top navigational options.
Every Hipsters favourite iPhone App Instagram!! Follow my snaps if you like here, although a foggy golf course is about as exciting as it gets!
Only recently decided to start throwing stuff on a blog Things DotGom Found , not sure why.. mainly for inspiration but as it turns out it's just full of scantily clad women and the occasional video.
Looking at mobile sites and apps more and more of late I managed to get a ticket to the Future of Mobile conference in London where I got to network and hear from some people at the forefront of mobile.
Been pretty busy of late working on lots of different E-Commerce projects at JD. Keep an eye out for new homepage, product page, quick-view, and check-out designs coming soon.
First job back from FOWD was to design the Size? mobile site. I wanted to mimic the desktop version and give a really good user experience to the growing number of m-Commerce consumers.
I've been lucky enough to be given a 2 day pass for the Future of Web Design conference this year for the first time, where I'll be able to rub shoulders with some of the best in the business...
Designing for mobile has become an increasing interest of mine and I was asked to design the m-commerce site for scotts to fall in line with their site re-design and new brand image.
After offering a second pair of eyes on the some early designs of the new site I took up a role re-skinning the size? store blogs and designing and building a new Our Stores page...
One of my tasks was to design a short term solution to the scotts homepage for it's move to a new back-end spine system making the homepage more interactive and intuitive...
I was tasked to re-design the exclusive London sneaker boutique's WordPress blog. I worked with our new developer to incorporate a photo feed to display latest products using facebook's Api.
I was tasked to re-design the BANK product page to make delivery and returns info prominent around the add to bag area and also push recommended items higher up the page.
I was lucky enough to escape all the snow in the UK over New Year's and do a bit of traveling around Goa and Southern India. If only you could get a beach hut, a curry and a few beers for 8 quid a night in Manchester!