Being a partner in designpsykologi, I worked as a designer with expert knowledge of human behavior to help ambitious companies create products and services that people love to use.
My work has a solid base in 7 years of working as an industrial and UX designer in both consultancies and in-house and with a deep insight into design psychology and how to apply the theory and tools from this field.
I have worked with designing holistic solutions in both graphical interfaces as well as physical products, packaging etc.
Furthermore, my more than 6 years working as Industrial and UX Designer at Radiometer Medical in the Future Product Development, have provided me with insight into designing cutting edge medical equipment for very complex user groups with high demands for the product in extremely stressful situations.
Next to my work I like to put my energy into other projects and I've recently started an innovative coffee shop in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, that will be a base for a range of social projects to help lift the neighborhood. I function as coordinator of 20+ people working here paid and as volunteers.
Before this I have worked as an Industrial designer at one of the largest design studios in Denmark, CBD A/S with many different clients such as Maersk, Carlsberg and GN Resound.
Also I have been working freelance with my company 'Bubblefish' doing concept development and visualizations.
In 2006 I won the 'red dot award' for my project 'iUVO - a mobile infusion system for children'. In 2007 I was top-nominated in the world's largest design competition: INDEX:2007 with the same project. It was be on display in Copenhagen on Kongens Nytorv in August and September 2007. After this the the exhibition moves on to cities around the world.
Key competencies: Industrial design, user experience design, design psychology, concept development, ideation, visualization, user centered design, ethnographic design, 3D-CAD, Rhino, Illustrator, 3D Studio, V-Ray
2007: Top nominated in INDEX:2007
2006: red dot award
2002: Won SCIL medical product-competition and 3.300 dollars with Uniwave blood pressure gauge