Christine is a multidisciplinary designer and lecturer based in Manchester, UK. She specialises in graphic design, illustration, visual art, and user experience.

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Christine Charnock

Christine has worked in studio and agency environments, as well as in-house. She spent much of her career as a UX practitioner at the BBC. She worked on different digital products such as Sport, Homepage, Interactive TV, Bitesize, and R&D (Research & Development). Christine led and collaborated on a variety of projects, using design thinking, user research, and problem-solving to answer challenging questions.

Her current creative practice blurs the boundaries of design, visual art, and user experience. Christine's multidisciplinary projects often focus on social good, with work exploring topics such as gender equality, imposter syndrome, mental health, and the natural world.

Christine has worked in higher education since 2019, and has both a PGCE and Fellowship of HE (FHEA). She has taught on various degree programmes, including Media & Communications, Journalism, Web & User Experience, Digital User Experience, and Creative Digital Design. Her active learning approach to teaching embeds industry practices to prepare students and apprentices for the creative and digital sectors.