I design between digital & physical.
Trained in Weissensee School of Art and Design, Berlin and Design Academy Eindhoven.
Bachelor Thesis Hybrid Interfaces supported by BMW Group.
Internship at IXDS.
Currently holding a Scholarship at DesignFarm, Berlin.
Touchscreens are everywhere & they all feel the same.
Not this one. This one feels waaay different.
IoT MiniBots is a platform of tiny home robotics that takes your important digital things out of your smartphone and brings them into the real world.
The Architecture of Systems is as important as their Interface.
A Project about Network Topologies resulting in a new Social Media App.
Tiny, tiny Gas Masks & the State of Panic
In this Industrial Design Project I focussed on User Research & Testing.
Escape Filter Masks are the smallest kind of gas masks on the market.
They are carried by workers in the petrol-chemical industries & laboratories to be used in case of an emergency.
< 1% of Emergency Masks are ever used.
100% of users are fearing for their life.
Users in Panic
Even with good training, the main danger is stress-related mistakes.
All tested Masks were hard to unpack and handle with workers gloves.
Some Masks may dangle and fall out, others did not fit female or African faces or could not be used with facial hair.
Distilling User Research
into a Conceptual Filter Mask
Instead of leaving the company with a research .pdf, I designed a mask to showcase cheap & easy solutions, that could each be incorporated into their existing product line.
Four months Semester Project
Weissensee School of Art and Design, Berlin
Prof. Nils Krüger
Supported by Dräger Safety Division
Pain-Points with existing Masks
Snorkel Masks may dangle and fall out
both masks take to long to put on
Half Mask may leak on some faces
- wide comfortable straps
- round, soft Nose-Clip easy to use with one Hand
- Split Filters attach evenly to the face
- Horse Shoe Filter to reduce Drag while breathing
Big Gloves need Big Buckles
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