From the initial shaping of an idea, to building out UI mockups and prototypes, and creating components & assets. Im your guy.
To feed the world, we need to change the way we eat. Plantry makes that a pleasurable experience by helping you plan, shop and cook. Plantry is made by Filibaba, a company I co-founded. In addition to Plantry, we have a platform where we create apps for individual cookbook authors.
Since 2015 I'm hired through Bontouch as the lead mobile designer to help the state-owned Swedish Railways company make a first class app for iOS and Android, as well as Apple Watch. The app lets you buy a trip, and then guides you on your journey while keeping you informed of traffic information. It's made for commuters as well as if youre just visiting friends and family.
Meticulously crafted app icon template for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and iMessage apps for use with Sketch. Change one Smart Object and see your icon in all needed sizes. Each shown in its context.
Just a really great calculator which I helped design and give really satisfying button presses, utilizing animated tap states and haptic feedback.
In 2013 I helped conceptualize the functionality of Spotify Connect, their feature to seamlessly connect to a speaker or other devices and control your playback regardless of where the music is coming from. The logo I drew played on the Spotify logo itself. The idea was that when it connected, it would animate and fill in the circle. My work resulted in a conceptual UI video that helped drive the design work forward.
Back in 2010, during my time at Ocean Observations, we helped the second largest Japanese operator create their own suite of Android apps, including a home screen and launcher. I was responsible for the visual design direction, concept and documenting for implementation. The IS01 above was designed by Naoto Fukasawa, and it was a cross between a a smartphone and a laptop, and meant to resemble food packaging. The release of the IS03 phone was fronted by Lady Gaga and plastered all around Shibuya.
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