Gyles studied at Bart’s & the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, graduating in 2011. After three years of clinical practice, he now works as a Clinical UX Specialist where he improves the experiences people have with healthcare technology and services.
He has specialist skills in user research, iterative design and high fidelity prototyping.
Gyles founded the Clinical UX Association (CUXA) in October 2016 to raise the profile of usability and accessibility in healthcare. The CUXA is the world’s leading authority on healthcare UX and is a global community of clinicians, UX specialists and IT professionals.
Apart from his love for healthcare UX, Gyles enjoys playing one of his African drums or 5 string electric-acoustic violin, drawing portraits, cooking up a storm in the kitchen or satisfying his Netflix cravings.