I'm Lucy Bloomfield and I'm a designer that specialises in user experience and strategy. You'll find me re-organising things, designing smoother workflows and giving structure to everything (especially my pantry). I've worked with some cool companies and even started my own.
In my downtime you'll find me learning - currently studying Physics of the Universe and Astrobiology. I make a mean paella and consider myself a vegan chocolate connoisseur.
I am one of the Co-Founders of Trefiel, a skin care company born out of frustration with the current skin care market. Our competitors have a lot to answer for - there's thousands of products out on the market and a lot of them don't work or are hugely expensive. We're changing that.
Since starting in October 2015, Trefiel has exploded on social media and into retail stores around the country. Our wildly popular Hydromasks go from strength-to-strength, with plans for more formulas to be launched in June 2016.
My role in Trefiel is very broad - if I was a title person, it'd be a mix between CEO and COO. I lead the strategy for the company, determining placement in the industry and future moves to continue growth. I lead the marketing efforts, co-ordinating photoshoots, copywriting, content strategy and social media. I'm also directly responsible for customer service and the shipment of products. As well, I manage our relationships with other businesses and develop new partnerships as Trefiel continues to grow.
Case Studies for my work on Trefiel:
Skills required: strategy, company design, user experience design, user interface design, customer service design, sales, procedure design, structuring company, information architecture, marketing, social media, photography
I have been the lead designer for Security Innovations digital products since June 2014. This role has seen me wear many hats - visual designer, user experience designer, user interface designer, strategy designer and front-end developer.
My key work with this company has been re-designing Team Mentor, designing a customer portal and hackathon application. I was also directly responsible for TEAM Mentors style guide, which is now used as a reference point for all employees when creating content within the application.
Case studies for my work with Security Innovation:
Skills required: user interface design, user experience design, icon design, copywriting, front-end development (css & html)
I wrote a beginners Ruby on Rails course for QA, the leading tech education company in London. This involved research, planning modules, writing, coding and a small amount of design as well as editing and preparing documents for use by the company.
Skills required: research, wire framing, course writing, document preparation, front-end development, back-end development
I worked with JosephMark as an intern for 8 weeks in 2013. My project was a mobile app for a skin care survey run by the Queensland University of Technology.
Skills required: research, user research, communication (liaising with client), wire framing, prototyping, visual design, iconography, typography, front-end development, back-end development
I worked with ae creative back when I was attending the University of the Sunshine Coast, where Brian Keayes (the founder) was my tutor. I worked on a number of different projects involving web design and front-end development
Skills required: communication (liaising with clients), wire framing, prototyping, visual design, front-end development
Much like a company needs values, so too do individuals and these are the ones I keep returning to and basing my work off:
- Simple is better
- Creativite thinking can solve any problem
- Feedback is a form of inspiration
Phone: +61 456 163 700