Hello, I'm Alan Carabott, an experienced UX/UI Designer based in Melbourne, and this is my portfolio.


BBC — View Project

The BBC needs little by the way of introduction. The application designed and developed for the BBC is for internal use and is one that saves hours of manual file processing each day. It has a number of rules to process incoming files automatically, whilst highlighting files that still require some manual processing before being output for audience reporting purposes. 

Power Entertainment — View Project

Power Entertainment co-produces, finances, acquires and globally distributes drama and factual programming across multiple platforms. I led the design of the new website for Power, which needed both a visual refresh to incorporate new branding, and an improved user experience to enhance their offering to new and existing clients.

Totally Communications — View Project

Totally Communications is a full-service digital agency based in London who specialise in bespoke software development. The redesign of the agency’s website was part of a wider rebranding exercise, including a new logo. The new site focussed on simplifying the agency’s offerings whilst giving more insight into the company and its people.

hooheals — View Project

hooheals is a medical startup that is focussed on helping those in new cities find trusted medical professionals. In addition to a wealth of health condition and drug information that can be searched, hooheals offer a service whereby clients can receive a detailed reports with unbiased recommendations based on their circumstances and preferences.

Resolution Foundation — View Project

The Resolution Foundation is a non-partisan and award-winning think-tank that works to improve the living standards of those in Britain on low to middle incomes. I led the design of the project and worked closely with stakeholders from Resolution Foundation to ensure the new website met their requirements.

Get Paid — View Project

Get Paid is a platform that enables its members to earn money online by various means. Some of these include completing surveys, playing games, watching videos and making referrals. The approach used for the site was a heavily gamified one in which members could earn experience points, enabling them to access more lucrative parts of the site. The design of the site has a bright, game/competition feel with the use of banners, badges, leaderboards and experience point indicators.

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