Creative Lives — We chat patterns, prototypes and recent projects with GDS designer, Harry Trimble

Posted 15 August 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

Many people embark on their daily commute sleepy-eyed and in search of a seat. But for Harry Trimble, the journey to work is an opportunity to build HTML prototypes or write blog posts. He credits a mixture of luck, enthusiasm and paying attention with helping him land his job as a designer at GDS. Although he spends 60% of his time in front of a screen, the role is a collaborative one, where alongside a multi-disciplinary team he helps to collect and test solutions to design problems. He talks us through some recent projects and learnings. 

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