Craig Henneberry
Craig Henneberry
Design Director @Stackla

Product UX, UI Designer and People Leader

I've worked within, mentored, built, and led design teams at some of Australia’s most successful enterprise businesses and tech startups including; and Fairfax Media

During my 10+ year design career, I've developed my skills across Team Leadership, Design Strategy, User Experience Design, User Interface Design, Interaction Design and Visual Design. Read more 

  1. Fairfax Media

    Web Designer

    October 2009 - July 2012

    I created interface design solutions across all Fairfax Media, Classifieds and Transaction business units including,, and Liaised with product, marketing, media-sales and technology teams to deliver industry 'Best in Class' digital solutions


    Lead Designer

    Jul 2012 - Jul 2013

    I assembled, led and mentored the in-house design team at Managed all areas of design including User Experience, Interface Design and Front-End Development across all platforms. Mentored junior members of the in-house design team. Designed and produced interfaces with a strong focus on User Experience. Handcrafted semantic HTML pages adhering to best practices and W3C standards. Produced cross-browser CSS layouts


    Lead Designer

    Jul 2013 – Dec 2014

    I managed all areas of User Experience Design and Interface Design. Developed and led UX Strategy. Researched, wireframed and prototyped UX concepts. Interface design across all HiPages Group platforms. Collaborated with Product Managers, Data Scientists and Customer Experience Managers to improve product offerings and drive new product development. Worked closely with Front-End Developers and Engineers to deliver scalable, engaging experiences


    Design Director

    Dec 2014 – Present

    I am the chief owner of Product UX and UI Design at Stackla. Leveraging design workshops, strategy, user research, rapid prototyping and usability testing to create a robust, user-centered design language and deliver a scalable, intuitive platform experience

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