Kill Week is a tech team focused event where all ongoing projects are paused to divert focus on cleaning up the backlog. Basically a week of “killing bugs”.
A selection of some of the custom icon sets I designed during the years for the SaaS & Tech industry.
Infographic analysing 2018 data of European brands and their online ad activity.
A collection of logos for different clients and branches.
Design identity work for Stockholm based Ping Pong and its new product Baloolearning. Software development company within the e-learning branch. Modular design, logo design, giveaway design, booth and conference design.
What good is a clock if it's hard to read the time? I am a designer with a burning passion for watches and decided to start designing my own with a focus on legibility and clarity. Mixing diver watches and scandinavian design. Legible, wall clocks, stylish, readable.
Icon and page design for OpinionAPP, an application that allows users to take surveys on the go.
Cint logo redesign and logo evolution process. Updating the identity and brand of global technology and software company Cint.
Logo for a Marketing & Tech consulting company based in San Francisco.
The client wanted a strong logo that would reflect the name (the greek god of war Ares) but also communicate strategy, confidence and strength.
In a recent interview, Tim Cook (CEO of Apple) said: “TV is one of those things that is stuck back in the 70s. Think about how much your life has changed and all the things around you that have changed, and yet […] when you are in your living room to watch the TV […] it almost feels like you’re rewinding the clock, you’ve entered a time capsule and you’re going backwards, the interface is terrible […] and you watch things when they come on, unless you remembered to record them.”
Despite this TV has managed to stick in our living rooms basically unchanged for a long time. Why is that? Are we close to a break with tradition?
Technological advancement waits for no one and this isn’t news. We’ve seen it over and over again. During the past decade, it was the music industry caught in the crosshair of progress with Napster & co. starting a radical shift in how consumers access music. Some players adapted and some stayed true to their models; an approach that rarely pays off.
Now, with better broadband, we are in the age of streaming. The music industry learned its lesson and adapted quicker this time but this time it isn’t alone; video-on-demand is the hot new thing, and we are not talking about YouTube kitten clips but full blown HD movies, series and more.
So the “battle” is on once again, between the old and the new, with the big traditional TV providers and the new kids on the block like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, iTunes fighting to get to us, the consumers, now free to break from traditional TV and to take control of what we watch.
Fascinated by this transition I decided to ask people in six different countries; USA, UK, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Germany, to find out if and what drives consumers to this new media. Who has done the shift, who hasn’t and even whether traditional TV will be a part at all in our future.
The results were presented in this infographic done for Cint (www.cin.com)
Logo and artwork for Swedish electropop artist Tia Lily.
Tia was looking for a clean, androgyne look, in line with the current scandinavian style. She also wanted the logo to work in both a horizontal and vertical layout.
Logo and artwork for Stockholm based Heavy Metal band Wilder.
The band wanted a strong logo that would reflect the name of course, but that would also remind of the scandinavian landscape and heritage.
Infographic on how the use of smart devices is affecting people in the UK.
Commissioned by Cint.
Typography experiment - Just for fun
Infographic on the effects of personal smart devices in workplaces.
Commissioned by Cint.