About NoddyDog

I’m a digital designer living in London and currently working at The Walt Disney Company as Senior Digital Designer.

I’ve got over 13 years experience in digital design, working across a range of projects from large scale sites to smaller campaigns and online advertising. I also have a first class BA (Hons) degree in Multimedia Design from Northumbria University, Newcastle.

In recent years I’ve specialised in digital design for the entertainment industry, which includes user interface design and visual identity across brands such as Disney, Star Wars, Marvel, Sony Music Entertainment, Nickelodeon, BBC Worldwide, Stage Entertainment, Warner Bros. Entertainment and Cameron Mackintosh.

If you'd like to get in touch please e-mail me or message me via LinkedIn.

Batman Live
Batman Live

The Brief

I was briefed with the mission to design and build the web site for DC Comics' of the multi-million pound live-action spectacular 'Batman Live - World Arena Tour'.

The site design showcased the amazing artwork from DC Comics, with each section of the site transporting the user to different parts of Gotham City.

Batman Live Homepage
Batman Live Hotspots & Characters

Hotspots & Characters

A series of hotspots were randomly placed throughout the Batman Live site. These hotspots revealed access to exclusive content such as exclusive videos, artwork, sketches or downloads. Fans could personalise the site around their favourite Gotham heroes & villians and read in-depth character profiles.

Batman Live Fan Fun

Fan Fun

To keep fans entertained I designed and produced two Flash games 'Catwoman: Jewel Thief' & 'Joker Cards'. Fans could also download a Batman Live fan kit to help them transform their website, blog or profile as well as signing up to the Bat-Signal newsletter.

Batman Live Social Media

Social Media

As part of a Twitter campaign, I created the persona of the 'Batman Live Spy'. He was a member of the production that was seen to be secretly leaking inside information, sketches, pictures & videos regarding the production. This generated excitement before tickets had gone on sale, as well as giving a glimpse into how the show was put together.