Creative Lives — Developing skill sets: Meet Halo’s UX designer and senior developer at Halo, Tim Banks

Posted 18 July 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

After graduating with a degree in documentary photography and deciding that most websites were terrible, Tim Banks switched lanes to set about making the web a better place. His skills developed in tandem with the web itself, and now he’s a UX designer and senior developer at brand agency Halo. Working to find the balance between function and emotion for websites and apps, Tim has evolved an octopus-like ability to multitask. Here, he talks us through his day-to-day and shares some technical know-how.

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