Hi there, I’m Alexander! I’m a UX Designer in Stockholm with vast experience in accessibility and frontend development. I strive to make things simple, fun and time-saving and I love to share my experience with the design community.
Since 2011 I’ve been working as a UX Designer with clients such as Feelgood, Ericsson, SEB, SVT, Klarna, KIBI, Digiexam, the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority, the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and rock band (and personal favorites) Backyard Babies.
I’m currently putting my skills to test at inUse in Stockholm, Sweden. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During these years I’ve picked up and fine-tuned my UX skills in interaction design, low-fidelity and high-fidelity prototyping, usability testing, user research, writing, mobile first, graphic design and last but not least accessibility. I’ve primarily worked in small multi-disciplinary teams for longer projects or together with another designer for shorter projects.
Sharing my knowledge and experience with the design community is important to me. Since 2011 I’ve been giving talks on topics such as accessibility, mobile first and using Sketch. Helping colleagues, team members and designers become better at their craft is one of the best feelings I know.
In 2010 I graduated with a master’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology. For the final two years, I studied Human-Computer Interaction.
Portfolio and CV
Six true facts about me
- I’m a huge fan of Peanuts and got my favorite dog Snoopy tattooed on my right forearm.
- I have 22 cousins on my dad’s side of the family (it’s not a cult thing, I promise).
I’ve been to over 240 concerts, which I keep stored in a spreadsheet on Google Drive.
- I’ve gotten three degrees in classic Spanish guitar and music theory.
- I’ve played in a rock ‘n’ roll cover band.
- I have a porcelain front tooth due to a childhood accident.
Feel free to contact me for job opportunities, career advice, talks or if you simply just want to connect.