I am passionate about building beautiful user experiences, designing various applications, and arranging ground-breaking layouts.
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Powering the future of software delivery.
All around typography.
Empowering collaborative editing around the world.
Fontshop San Francisco
A first impact to the amazing world of typography.
BigTent Design Inc.
Building an online place for offline community groups.
Computer Service Fiedler
Designing for the customer.
iD-Tech Camp at Stanford
Sharing my love of coding.
Law Office Lochman
School project: Watch Blog.
CMS for High Schools
European School of Waldenburg
Connecting my alumni.
Action Website for environmental substainabilty
Campaigning against depletion of nature.
A Day in San Francisco
Flash multimedia presenation.
I am currently upgrading a front-end framework.
Luvocracy is a social shopping site described by Mashable as "Pinterest for people who actually want to buy stuff."
I helped grow the site from hundreds to hundreds of thousand of users by rapidly implementing front-end solutions including a responsive web framework and time-saving reusable components.
Luvocracy got acquired by Walmart in July 2014.
I started at Fontshop International in July 2011 as a front-end developer at the office in Berlin, Germany.
It was fascinating to work with a global team around all aspects of professional typography, web development and app development.
The special work situation created amazing opportunities to collaborate together with typographers and developers from both company offices.
I worked as a summer intern at Wikia in 2010. The timing was ideal because a complete front-end and partly back-end redesign happened during my internship.
We used the latest front-end technology to convert elements into HTML 5 and CSS 3 with the help of SASS. Wikia‘s redesign was a great success story.
My implemented feature, the "Latest Photos", turned into one of the most popular features on the website.
FontShop was the ideal place to get exposure to a successful ecommerce business.
Big Tent‘s web application provides a platform for community groups to organize and connect online.
The free platform is easy to use, but also provides powerful group management features and is completely customizable.
The site‘s revenue model is based on nonaggressive advertisement.
My main focus was implementing and developing the user interface and user experience design.
My favorite element on
the page is the "Quick
links" list. It‘s a way to
navigate very quickly
through the platform and jump to the main actions.
The public page was one of my favorite projects at Big Tent.
I like the idea of changing the large polaroid image based on the promoted "group of the week. " The admins can replace it with their own group image – it shows in a wonderful photographic way the variety of Big Tent‘s group life.
The newest company blog entries are also visible, as well as the latest groups that have joined the platform. This makes the platform look lively and inviting.
I gained insight into the world of customer relations and sales management during a four month internship at a local computer service center.
During this time I redesigned the store‘s website and did various design work in web and print format.
I really liked the openness of this internship. I was given complete creative control over their public page and I took full advantage of this freedom.
I managed my school‘s website for several years. My work included multiple redesigns to the newest web standards, the installation of a content management system and continual site updates.
I love how the content management system snaps together all parts of the website. It‘s so easy to update and archive the pages.
Before social networking became popular in Germany, the only ways to stay connected was over an email list or a simple group website.
I created a platform where you can find a student list with photos and a simple contact form.
I added some 3D-animations in flash to offer a photo flipping experience.
I graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Media Technology with a focus in Digital Media.
I worked at Wikia Inc. in San Francisco on my main thesis where I designed, developed and analyzed the deep topic of Social User Profiles.
My school is one of the few schools in Germany with the opportunity for education and active practice in all media formats.
Most student projects are published, printed, and broadcasted to a broader audience.