As a child, I was fascinated by the possibilities that technology and art can create in synergy. This interest led me to make music, videos, and graphics on the computer. Through the study of interaction design, I found a meaningful application of these skills and interests to solve problems in a user-centered context. Even though my home as a designer is the digital space, the master's degree in strategic design has taught me to expand my horizons beyond that. I therefore, use the tools, methods, and experiences I have learned in any context. My aspiration is to learn new things and try to achieve meaningful products.
I design in an iterative design process. The focus is on the user and the environment. The approach corresponds to the Double Diamond. First, the problem and the context are clarified through research and interviews. Solution approaches are designed and prototyped in dialogue. Through the iterative process, the product is refined until it helps the user and satisfies him. I am prepared to fail and to learn from mistakes I could make in this process. However, prudence is also an essential part of this process. It is important to understand what new approaches, technologies, or application possibilities the world offers to use for my own design.