Bus-Tops is a London-wide public art project developed as part of the Arts Council's "Artists Taking The Lead" and the Cultural Olympiad. It consists of 30 large screens on the top of bus stops around the city, each networked and available to the public as well as commissioned contemporary artists.

For Art Public, I spent two years working on the development of the project, from concepts, narratives and aesthetics, through user engagement and experience. I designed the interactions and architecture of the main website, allowing members of the public to submit work for the screens and the screens to be programmed by the administrators, from functional specification and wireframing to development, testing and implementation.