Flexible Flights

Flexible Flights desperately required a site in order for their booking agents to efficiently book flights for their customers. They wanted a world-class designed website optimised for usability so that the agents could get the most out of it.

I designed the logo you see above, placing a plane icon in place of the 'x' to try and capture the same sort of feeling FedEx created with their 'invisible' arrow in their logo. I felt it would be memorable once people noticed it as it was unique and interesting but unfortunately they went with a generic globe icon, "designed" by another designer, which doesn't make it stand out from the crowd. They played it too safe in my opinion.


Austravel specialises in holidays and flights in the Australia and New Zealand. I had the opportunity to redesign their entire website from scratch. My goal was to create something inspiring and adventurous, to mimick the style of holidays we were offering.

Below, you can see the progress tracker design for Austravel. I spent so much time researching and designing progress trackers across multiple TUI Travel brands, I even wrote an article about them for Smashing Magazine: Progress Trackers in Web Design: Examples and Best Practices.

The destination pages were presented in a very visual way to aid usability. Here you can see the example of Australia and how the different territories are divided on the map. I also included secondary information below to add extra information about each territory.

Meon Villas

I also redesigned Meon Villas as one of my first tasks when I joined TUI Travel, using a combination of strong blues to represent the sea and sky and terracotta inspired by roof tiles some of the villas on offer.