Here’s some of the work I’m most proud (and allowed to talk about publicly).
Website for rock band Backyard Babies
In 2015, legendary Swedish rock band Backyard Babies made their comeback after a five year hiatus. During this time, their online presence had deteriorated.
For helping them market their new album and tour I designed and developed a new, fast and responsive website that increased their visibility in Google searches and gave fans, journalist and event organisers the information they needed.
Facebook for people with deaf-blindness
In 2013, the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority set out to make an accessible interpretation of Facebook for people with varying degrees of visual impairment and deaf-blindness.
I designed, developed and usability tested an HTML prototype that was later turned into the final website. The feedback was fantastic! Users said it was the easiest way to use Facebook, by far.
Multimedia management app for hospital staff
In 2013, KIBI wanted to merge two of their apps for editing and handling documents and photos. The goal of the merge was to drastically improve the usability and create a much better graphic design.
I performed user research, drew wireframes, conducted usability testing and helped create graphic design for the web app. A chief physician was cited saying the following about the result: “KIBI Media is the best app out there and is incredibly easy to use”.
Talks on accessibility, Mobile First and macOS
Sharing my knowledge and experience and helping others is something I enjoy immensely. It’s a great way for staying up-to-date within my field.
That’s why I’ve been giving talks on a regular basis since 2012. I’ve always gotten awesome feedback. Come and listen, it will be fun!