kevin-bickham

Contact

hello@kevinbickham.com

With a background in product design and design engineering, this California native works both as an interaction designer and maker, creating unique products and experiences from his current home in London, United Kingdom.

1985: Born in Oceanside, California, USA

2003-07: Undergraduate in product design at Stanford University

2007-10: Strategic Consultant at DEGW (Now AECOM) in Manhattan, New York, USA

2010-12: Postgraduate in innovation design engineering at Royal College of Art and Imperial College London

2012-15: Interaction Designer at Native Design in London, UK

2015-present: Lead Interaction Designer at The British Museum in London, UK

User experience

  • Ideation and brainstorming
  • Concept sketches
  • Wireframes (low- and high-fidelity)
  • Prototypes (low- and high-fidelity)
  • Customer journey mapping
  • Design sprints

Visual design

  • Defining look and feel
  • Developing style guidelines
  • Developing bespoke iconography
  • Identifying new trends

User-centred research

  • Observation studies
  • Online surveys
  • In-person interviews
  • Co-design workshops
  • Prototype testing
  • Product evaluations

Strategy

  • Vision sessions
  • Stakeholder management
  • Storytelling workshops
  • User-centred design advocacy

Software

  • Wireframes – Adobe, Sketch, Axure
  • Prototyping – Invision, Proto.io
  • HTML / CSS – Semantic UI, Zeplin
  • Arduino / Processing
  • Rhinoceros 3D
  • Google Analytics

2016 Official Nominee Design Week Awards, Interactive Design

2016 Official Nominee The Webby Awards, Mobile Sites & Apps – Cultural Institution

2012 Highly Commended RSA Student Design Awards, Mobile Medicine

2012 Student Runner up Core 77 Design Awards, Social Impact

2012 Winner Helen Hamlyn Design Award for Creativity

2012 3rd place Pininfarina Design Award

Feb 2017: Service Design Days | CEU Cardenal Herrera University, Valencia, Spain

Feb 2016: BL Digital Staff Talk | British Library, London, UK

Dec 2015: RCN Libraries Staff Talk | Royal College of Nursing, London, UK