Ramsay Albazzaz

Designer at Cyber-Duck Ltd

Ramsay applies strong user-centred methods to research, ideate and design experiences that exceed the needs of both users and businesses.

Ramsay Albazzaz

Creative Expertise

Drawing on his user experience (UX) training, Ramsay develops a deep understanding of user needs. He enjoys translating insights to create digital products that are fit for purpose. He constantly studies design and technology trends to ensure he delivers the best user experiences out there. 

Ramsay joined Cyber-Duck after studying UX design and leading cross-platform projects at General Assembly. Previously, he graduated with a Bsc (Hons) in Geography and worked within business and finance for a number of years. His love of technology and design led him to develop a career as a UX Designer, strengthened by his broad business background.

Ramsay is a member of the UXPA and IXDA associations and attends numerous UX events to build his knowledge and keep ahead of the industry. He also regularly attends hackathons, flexing his creativity and working hard to build (what he hopes!) will be the next big product.

Ramsay enjoys getting involved throughout our user-centred design process: from research and card sorting exercises, through to interactive prototypes.


In his free time, Ramsay loves to travel and learn about new cultures. He’s travelled to over 25 different countries and counts Thailand as his favourite. He also likes to trek, cook and taste new craft beers whenever he can.

  • Operating System - Apple
  • Phone - iOS
  • Favourite music - AC/DC
  • Favourite drink - Meantime Pale Ale
  • Favourite food - Thai
  • Favourite TV Show - Breaking Bad
In 2014, Ramsay trekked to the base camp of Annapurna (Himalayas) –  the 10th highest mountain in the world.

i In 2014, Ramsay trekked to the base camp of Annapurna (Himalayas) – the 10th highest mountain in the world.

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