Projects

Theo

Spring 2019, Stockholm, Sweden. Winning concept of Hack for Sweden 2019. Medical non-compliance costs Sweden 10-20 billions per year. Theo supports people with chronic illness in their treatment plan and simultaneously collects data of non-compliance, so we can learn more about why people are not taking their meds. Try the prototype on desktop here. Want to keep this ball rolling? Let me know!

Researcher, UX designer, Front-end developer

Telia Smart Family

2018-2019, Stockholm, Sweden. Working as a UX designer in a cross-functional team from Daresay, I was part of developing Telias connected home strategy. The project included designing a mobile application for the family and their smart home, making everyday life safe and easy. I was also part of experimenting with B2B services and exploring a concept for having better control of your home within housing cooperatives.

Interaction designer, UX Designer

Empathize

Fall 2018, Stockholm, Sweden. Winning concept of #NowWhat Hackathon 2018. The hackathon was about innovating solutions to the #MeToo problems and we chose to target norms of masculinity. Empathize is an educational and interactive roleplaying game that aims to proactively teach boys in their younger teens to empathize with girls by letting them experience everyday situations from another perspective. Empathize benefits well-proven methods of empathy-builiding exercises with a scalable platform. Want to keep this ball rolling? Let me know!

UX designer

Mio

Spring & Summer 2017, Umeå, Sweden. Mio is a chatbot developed for slack. A prototype for helping companies find personalized office space relevant to their specific needs. Created as part of my master thesis project. The slack API consumes a node.js webservice with a connected postgres database and the natural language processing was created with DialogFlow.

Chatbot designer, Back-end developer

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Journey

Fall 2016, Umeå, Sweden. A project with the Swedish television company SVT. A mobile application prototype transforming your video streaming behaviour into a more social experience, by gamification. See more. You can also read about the project here.

UX Designer

Pinchy

Fall 2016, Umeå, Sweden. This IoT experiment is a real-time communication system for keeping the user in control of an automated smart home. This by for example enabling the user to change screen of an ongoing video with a simple pinch of two fingers. The system uses arduino movement sensors to be aware of the context and provides a user with the option of switching screens when for example entering a new room. A web app and android app was implemented as examples of different screens while the pinchy system is a Nodejs service. The idea was also to adopt this interaction flow for other use cases in a smart home as well, like turning on the lights or not et.c. Check out the project here.

Interaction designer, Full-stack developer

Expressen Internship

Summer 2015, Stockholm, Sweden. I was part of a team at Expressen's development department working close with the editorial staff in quick iterations as a web developer. The purpose was to add an interactive element to articles and other publications. A creative process started for each project and a lot of freedom was granted in concept development as well as exploring appropriate methods and tools. I was part of a lot of projects during my internship. You can also read my thoughts about the media industry after my time at Expressen.

UX Designer, Front-end Developer

Delbar.se

Spring 2015. Umeå, Sweden. Worked with the sharing economy startup Delbar, improving their conversion by doing research on their target audience and redesigning their onboarding. New version launched June 2015.

UX Designer

FoodFlow

Winter 2014. Umeå, Sweden. Winner of a hackathon with an open challenge of digital transformation. Our prototype aimed to improve cooking instructions. We built a web application to prototype a different cooking experience. Online recipies are often complex to follow and adopts the same layout as the tradtional book-form medium. We were aiming for a better experience where you can easily follow a timeline and complete one single step at the time, instructions and ingredients all together. See the prototype here.

Interaction designer, Front-end Developer

Volvo Group PM Portal

Summer 2014. Göteborg, Sweden. Created a new web portal for the Project Management academy. A part of the intranet that lets all project managers in Volvo Group spread news, share knowledge, use discussion forums, etc. for better communication within the company. A starting point for accessing communication channels whithin Volvo for employees interested in project management.

UI designer, Front-end developer