My professional interests include software development, and capitalising on every opportunity to include elements of design and UX techniques. I believe that development, especially
the work we do, highly benefits from user-centricity and identifying the target audience.
In the past couple of years I have also taken to programming in Python, which I find very user friendly and quick for application development.
Whilst I enjoy designing and writing software applications, I also enjoy designing custom hardware using CAD modelling tools (e.g. Autodesk Fusion 360, Illustrator), and using a 3D printer and laser cutter to fabricate them. I also enjoy experimenting with electronics, for example, one of my projects as a Research Associate at Lancaster University involved constructing different types of actuator prototypes (using electromagnets, Shape-Memory Alloy, hydraulics, etc.).
In my spare time I enjoy photography, playing guitar, going to the gym, cooking, sketching, and if I can get a chance, playing some form of sport.
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