This project, which also was my master thesis at Chalmers University of Technology, explores the relevant aspects regarding the design of a Search Analytics application with a user centered approach. The thesis was done together with Mikael Hjort, and Findwise AB who specialise in offering enterprise search solutions.
The prof of concept was presented to one of Findwise AB's customers. Their response can be summed up in these two quotes, "That's exactly what we need." and "Can you have it implemented yesterday?".
A project which I carried out with five other friends from my masters program, Interaction Design at Chalmers
University of Technology.
It's a physics based tower building game where players compete to build the highest tower, and try to sabotage the other player's building! The players interact on a large projected screen, using natural motion to manipulate the building pieces. The game requires strategy and planning as well as quick reflexes and fine precision.
It was entered in the Swedish Game Awards and received the title "Best innovation 2010".
A youtube link showcasing the features of the game can be found here.
Is the result of my bachelor thesis. It's a color full game developed for Apples iPhone.
The story of the game is based on a cat named Kurt. He is a dreamer and when he dreams he flies a hot air balloon. While navigating the 2D world Kurt will have to fly between the different dangers.
What's special about this game is that some of the dangers may block the path for Kurt. What the player have to do then is to tilt their iPhone forward as to switch from the default side view to a top view. It might then, in this new view of the world, be possible to fly past the danger.
I worked as a freelance mobile applications developer who specialized in iOS and Android development.
This application named "Johanson Design" was developed, together with Alexander Skogberg, for the Swedish award winning furniture company Johanson Design AB.
It's purpose is to be able to view the companies products on the go. As well as read their latest news, view showcases and contact them by email, sms or phone.
The application is available both as an iPhone application and as an iPad application. Both apps can be found on the AppStore.
As a last project in a school course I and two friends introduced Human Centered Design into a companies development process.
Our task was to analyze the current development process and then introduce Human Centered Design methods as too allow for better prototyping sessions and improving the overall requirement elicitation. This was done over a period of 5 weeks.
Was developed during an interaction design course at Chalmers University of Technology. The theme of the project was interactive home.
When you in the morning have your private time in your bathroom we found that it could often be hard to keep track of time. Mostly since it in Sweden is quite rare to have a clock in your bathroom. It's simply not a natural environment to find a clock. However it is a natural environment to find a mirror.
Our solution was then to incorporate a clock into a mirror that could fit into your bathroom. This can be done by using a two-way mirror (or spy glass) and using lights in the correct formation. Our mirror uses matrices of LED's which then can display information.
A yotube video showcasing the mirror and it's features can be found here.
If you want to know more about this project please visit its project homepage.
Is an Android app that I developed 2012. It works as a plugin for Locale, extending it with the ability to read NFC-tags.
I did this app because I was interested in how you could use this technology together with a personal device such as a smartphone. I would say that the possibilities are endless and some of the things I have seen people do with this app are. Turn on lights when comming home, clocking in and out at work, set to nightmode when going to sleep and starting navigation when placed in a car.