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Fiona MacNeill

UX and Learning Experience (LX)

Fiona MacNeill wearing a bright pink beanie hat on Brighton beach

About

I am a habitual problem solver and a resolute defender of accessibility. I want to make human-computer interaction better for everybody, whether those interactions are in the pursuit of learning (LX) or doing (UX).

I enjoy unpicking complex problems and collaborating with the humans who want to solve them.

Portfolio version:
1.0 | Changelog | Roadmap Actively making this site accessible though design, content, and code.

Interests

  • User Experience Design
  • Accessibility
  • User Research
  • Service Design

Education

  • MSc User Experience Design, 2018

    University of Brighton

  • BA (Hons) Fine Art, 2005

    Kent Intitute of Art and Design (University of Kent)

Work

.js-id-Research

Magical Meetings - A Review

This post relates to my personal challenge of thinking about what makes an online space inclusive. I decided that UX Brighton’s monthly Show and Tell events are a good way to set mini deadlines for myself.

Deliverables

Deliverables

Link to a collection of work samples temporarily stored on Notion

Accessibility Service Design (2020-)

Accessibility Service Design (2020-)

Service Design methods to support service and content-based improvements

ePortfolio System (2017-20)

ePortfolio System (2017-20)

Evaluation and development of an ePortfolio system for two universities

Wearable for Health (2017-18)

Wearable for Health (2017-18)

Smartwatches and smartphones to support surgery

Reblog - What makes an online space inclusive?

Originally posted on the eLearning Team Blog on 05/07/21 as part of my role at University of Brighton. A crowdsourced blog post and reflection Back on the 15th of June I facilitated an open discussion as part of Jisc’s Connect More 2021 programme.

UX Camp Brighton 2018: Jobs-To-Be-Done-(R) #uxcb18

Why am I here (as in you, at this blog, and reading this now)? I hope you are here because you would like an introduction to using RStudio for data visualisation.