Andrew Hercules
UX Researcher & Designer | Digital Strategist

About Me


Hello! My name is Andrew Hercules and I am a Toronto-based user experience (UX) researcher and designer and digital strategist. And yes, in case you are wondering, my last name really is Hercules!

In January 2017, I relocated back to Toronto after living in London, England for the past two years. While in London, I was employed by the University of London and by Deloitte Digital in UX-related roles and had the opportunity to research and design systems used by millions of users throughout Europe. Prior to moving to London, I worked in Toronto as a freelance digital consultant, a freelance writer, and as a communications coordinator and front-end developer.

Outside of work, you will find me dabbling in some creative writing, checking out the newest hot yoga studio, playing tennis, tumbling at a gymnastics centre, or practicing circus arts on a trapeze.



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My Skills


UX Research/Design

Conducting interviews. Developing personas and journeys. Prototyping designs. Testing with users. UX research and design is at the core of everything I do.

Web Development

While I specialise in front-end development and designing and building intuitive user-friendly interfaces, I can also understand back-end code and database structures.

Digital Strategy

Backed by comprehensive user research and design and solid web development fundamentals, I help organisations create and execute their digital strategy.

Industry Experience

I have worked with a range of organisations in the higher education, research, transportation, insurance, legal, direct sales, and publishing industries.

Portfolio


UX Research and Design

Web Development

Print and Digital Design

For samples of my graphic design work for both print and digital platforms, please download my Print and Digital Design Portfolio.

Contact Me


To get in touch, please feel free to call me by phone or Skype or send me an email.