Ollie Moser

User Experience Designer at Cyber-Duck Ltd

Ollie relishes the opportunity to interact with users, discover their exact needs and deliver innovative digital designs that meet all expectations. 

Ollie Moser


Ollie is driven by people – he loves discovering how they think, feel and act as a result. As a User Experience Designer, he focuses on understanding user behaviour, identifying potential problems and providing meaningful design solutions. Drawing on collaborative user-centred design and testing techniques, he enjoys engaging users throughout the design journey. 

Previously, Ollie worked as a digital marketer within arts and retail. After discovering a passion for improving digital products based on direct customer feedback, he naturally transitioned to user experience design. He kick started his career as a professional user experience designer by completing an intensive UX design course with General Assembly.

Ollie has enjoyed applying a user-centred design approach to varied digital projects – from responsive websites, mobile and game design, to redesigning a Sony Playstation TV app. Now at Cyber-Duck, Ollie enjoys drawing on his experience to deliver design solutions to our global brands. 


It's easy to find Ollie at a fancy art gallery or scouring London for inspiring architecture to photograph. He enjoys keeping active - playing tennis (when the sun's out) and having a kick-about at least twice a week. The rest of his time is dedicated to learning tech and developing his UX skills, along with a bit of illustration!

  • Hometown - London
  • Operating System - Mac
  • Phone - iOS
  • Favourite movie - Papillon
  • Favourite drink - Ale
  • Favourite food - Steak and chips
  • Favourite sport/team - Ice Hockey NY Rangers
  • Favourite TV Show - Fargo
Ollie posing proudly after cycling up a huge hill in Switzerland.

i Ollie posing proudly after cycling up a huge hill in Switzerland.

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