Emily is a hugely creative and proactive designer; she’s always full of new ideas and takes a lot of pride in her work. This in turn has allowed me to push the boundaries of what I can deliver for my clients. I’ve found her input invaluable over the years, particularly in terms of delivering insight in an impactful and meaningful way – her ability to interpret and visualise data is a rare skill in an industry where most people tend to stick to a tried and tested formula. She’s also great fun to work with and has really a infectious, positive personality and can-do attitude.
Emily is organised, astute and professional with a great eye for detail. She is never afraid to experiment to find the right solution and her work is of the highest standard. She is quick to learn and assimilates information rapidly, allowing her to get up to speed on various projects without wasting time. Emily approaches every job with a real can-do attitude and commitment to get the project over the line, all this and pleasure to work with too!
Emily has a unique talent for bringing research findings to life in a highly visual and original way. Clients have often commented on Emily’s smart outputs as having stand out within the industry
Emily is one of the most talented designers I’ve had the pleasure of working with in over 15 years at the BBC. Together we created a fresh visual style and responsive patterns for all BBC News infographics and data visualisation. We also collaborated with Sport, iWonder and GEL to establish a pan-BBC approach to infographics and dataviz. She has strong UX skills but a real gift for visual design and above all, she’s a joy to work with.
Smart, knowledgeable and proactive, Emily is a pleasure to have on your projects from both strategic and creative perspectives.
Emily was a real asset to the team at Hall & Partners. She has considerable skill at assimilating and refining large amounts of information into clear, concise and visually striking graphics. A creative and talented designer – always asking the right questions to get the best out of the brief.