I design and develop intuitive experiences for the web and native platforms. My passion drives me to pay great attention to detail, down to the very pixel. At the moment I am based in Berlin and study Interaction Design at CODE University.
Artificial life and evolutionary algorithms deal with the study and simulation of life and evolution. In this research project I capture the main processes and behavior of artificial cells and visualize them in a three-dimensional environment.
¬ Since January 2019, Berlin
Keeet ¬ University Project
Me and my team started this semester with an idea for a system that manages everything related to organizing and conducting usability tests and user interviews. It covers the planning, execution and result analysis of the interview sessions. My field of work included creating our brand identity and style guidelines as well as designing and coding main aspects of our software products.
¬ September 2018 - January 2019, Berlin
Parky ¬ In cooperation with Facebook & BMW Group
Not all people have the same priorities when it comes to parking, but they all have a common problem. Parking takes a lot of time and money, especially when you live or work in the city center. During the three months of Digital Product School by the UnternehmerTUM venture capital, I worked with five other industrious students on an app solving the parking situation for the busy-living people in Munich. By the end we had a beautiful high-fidelity prototype and an app performing most of the functionality we came up with.
Exchanging contact details has to be done fast in a time where no one has business cards in their pockets anymore. In our first university project we developed an app which makes this exchange seamlessly. First we comprehensively analyzed the problem space to find out what users really need when they want to make a connection in real life. Our solution shows a distinct map of people in your surroundings and matches you with the ones you most likely are interested in. Afterwards, the contact details exchange happens with just a simple click.
¬ January 2018 - April 2018, Berlin
Find a mentor ¬ In cooperation with Zalando
During the internal hack week at Zalando, a team of six design students, including me, and two company employees, developed a concept to increase diversity within the company. Getting a promotion can be hard if you don't know the right people and the rules within the company. With our internal software, we made it easy for someone to find a mentor in a leading position to help them achieve their career goals. The hack week jury honored the concept with the golden ticket, which means the project will be financed and continued.