From 2013-2014 I was the lead designer at a startup in London called Believe.in, disrupting the charity sector. Partnering closely with the two founders, I worked on concepts and design across all products, present and future. Some ideas were designed in high fidelity and shipped, while others were a series of wireframes (e.g. an email platform). In 2013, we created the world's first social platform for charities of all sizes — with the aim of helping charities publicly build support and raise money via various product features like simple one-off or recurring donations, fundraisers, campaigns, events, and so on. In 2014, we refocused and created a suite of customisable and white-label fundraising tools, exclusively for charities, including public responsive web pages and a comprehensive charity-facing dashboard.