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A bottom-up, community based learning platform for growing food.

A typical contemporary lifestyle with busy schedules and travels don’t match well with vegetable gardening, there is a lack of both time and community. Mycel is a digital service that empowers people who want to start growing food by offering a format for A - learning how to grow food, B - finding Vacation watering companions and C - finding relevant seed/method recommendations for their local climate.

Master Thesis Project MFA Interaction Design

Design Research

Design for learning

Design for social Impact

Social Entrepreneurship

Life-centred Design

Service Design

UX & UI

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Shortcut is a fictional service that empowers users to take control of their time and invest it in meaningful learning. By removing distractions and curating relevant and diverse information it supports learning and hobbies. By running its searches through sets of fictional/fake data profiles it generates diverse information while fully protecting the integrity of the user. 

Ten week Fluid Assemblages course

Design for learning

Speculative Design

Interaction Design

Design Fiction

UX & UI

An integrity-caring service that adds healthy digital friction to enable learning.

Can design support integration and increase peoples tolerance for diversity?  Our answer is Telly, an interactive learning toy for children between 6-9 who serves as an excuse to approach an unacquainted child.

Two week Sound Design Project

Design for social Impact

Design for learning

Interaction Design

Sound Design

UX & UI

Telly - A language learning toy supporting integration of immigrants. 

Volvo Sense supports people to be human beings instead of human doings.

A ten week project with Volvo to explore what Wellbeing 5.0 will mean for them by 2030.

Service Design

Interaction Design

UX &​ UI

Is affective monitoring what it takes to prevent occupational burnout and what could be the consequences of such a future?

Ten week Thesis BFA Industrial Design 2016

How to prevent occupational burnout?

Service Design

Speculative Design

Interaction Design

Design Research

UX & UI

Shortening the learning curve for newly educated forestry machine operators.

A ten week Design research project in collaboration with The Cluster of Forest Technology and The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. The aim was to develop a User interface feedback system for improved work motivation and performance for forestry machine operators. 

Design research

Service Design

UX & UI Design

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