Service Designer


Leila Byron


Currently working at ustwo as Service Design Lead


Having the advantage of a cross discipline background has lead me to now create compelling experiences for people using in depth research methods and rapid prototyping techniques and focusing on what I believe is important in sustainable design.

I pride myself on being a natural leader and thrive in a flexible yet goal oriented structure. I am an interaction designer with a project management bent. I am looking to further develop my management skills through communication, collaboration and transparency during the entire design process. I would love to work for a company that challenges me in this area, as well as having the support and desire of peer-to-peer knowledge sharing.

People have the power to redeem the work of fools.
— Patti Smith

My choice to transition from the world of fashion and retail to Interaction Design was based around a desire to explore the key role technology plays in creating positive impact for users.

Before making this transition, I worked for seven years with stakeholders to improve the user experience, specifically for the fashion retail environment with both European and US based brands. This experience has laid a strong foundation from which I have continued to deepen my professional working techniques, dealing with team dynamics and understanding of complex situations.

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Arduino : timley project
Trailerparkfestival I/O : AA project
Core77 : trailerparkfestival highlights AA project



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All Saints
National Childbirth Trust (N.C.T)
Shift Product Design