BBC / UX Principal
Preferred Pronouns: He/Him
David cut his teeth as a designer in the nineties working with world-renowned agency The Designers Republic. In 2005 he formed his own studio, Kiosk, which produced cutting-edge design and branding for the music, arts, fashion and broadcast industries. He joined the BBC as a design director in 2013, spearheading the development of its digital design framework, GEL, and the introduction of their corporate typeface ‘BBC Reith’. This work helped inspire the formation of The Readability Group, alongside Bruno Maag and Gareth Ford Williams.