As a designer, I take a integrated, critical approach to the innovative questions that occupy me. My attention is primarily focused on processes and contexts that need to be understood and further developed, ideally with an awareness of sustainability in mind. I want to gain context from little information and thus quickly learn to ask the right questions.
I focus on user experiences, human-computer interaction and on creating digital spaces and mesmerizing experiences. As a very spatial thinker, it is easy for me to think in three-dimensional space, virtual or augmented realities.
My interdisciplinary education at Hof University of Applied Sciences makes me a design all-rounder who is not afraid to meet new media, technologies, methods and topics. The projects I worked on during my studies form the basis for my determined and attentive way of working and my interest in technology, culture and design. I approach projects holistically, so that I don't remain an outsider, but become a part of them myself, so that I can ask the right questions to fundamentally understand problems and thus develop effective and meaningful solutions.
Working on large projects and exhibitions during my studies allowed me to develop a sense of thinking in large contexts, working in a team or independently, learning and experimenting. The range of topics I have covered and my diverse interests enable me to work primarily in the technological and cultural fields. However, during my internship at Studio71 [ProSiebenSat1.Group], I have also gained experience in the entertainment industry, social media and influencer marketing. Since I have been working as a freelance media designer since 2018, I feel particularly at home in the digital space and on the web.