I'm one of these people inhabiting the ever-changing intersection between code and design.

I currently work as a frontend developer in Berlin, where I spend most of my time thinking about design systems, living styleguides and web semantics.

I like to learn new languages, start more books than I can handle, as well as keep messy notebooks. Other nerdy hobbies include gardening and soundscape recording.


Since 2016, I've been pushing a lot of frontend code to DaWanda: Europe's first DIY Marketplace.
Visit DaWanda website

Graphic Identity, Print and Web. Project commissioned by the city of Karlsruhe, this campaign aims to reduce truancy in local schools.
In Progress. meanwhile, here is a prototype.

Website I built for a friends book project.
Visit with Firefox for more fun.

Minimalist webshop for a german bag brand.
Visit the Shop

I started this Blog as a depository for my ongoing research about textiles.
Radical Crafting

A small visual recipe compiler I built while learning Javascript back in 2014.
Open Sourced on GitHub

As part of a Service Design Team, I developed concepts ans scenarios for the new subway stations in Paris.
Watch the video.

Ipad app concept for a connected museum experience.


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