University Projects

I study Interaction Design at HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd. I spent one semester as exchange student in the Master program of Tongji University.

Pandemic Farewell Ritual

May 2020 – During the COVID-19 pandemic patients passing away in hospitals were not allowed to say farewell to their loved ones and had to die in isolation. This project wants to find solutions to this problem and allow people to say goodbye in a humane manner, even during an epidemic, by connecting families and friends to patients before, during, and after death.

This project was created as part of my exchange semester in the Master's program at Tongji University.

Post-pandemic sharing economy

 

May 2020Scooter sharing companies were hit especially hard by quarantine measure emposed during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. This project deals with finding solutions for a post-pandemic sharing economy, including regaining trust through transparency, building strong hygiene measures and a collaborative approach on information.

This project was created as part of my exchange semester in the Master's program at Tongji University.

UNITYY

April 2020 – During the COVID-19 pandemic Chinese resident communities were hit hard by the quarantine measures, resulting in trust issues in their local governments. UNITYY is a collaboration platform that helps community committees engage with their residents and small local businesses through a co-design platform to rebuild a trusted relationship with their residents.

This project was created as part of my exchange semester in the Master's program at Tongji University.

helpmet

April 2020helpmet explores how businesses can continue to create value during times of economic downturn, like during a pandemic, by having a positive impact on society. It is a platform that matches helpers with help seekers and rewards volunteers. Find out more about helpmet here.

This project was created as part of my exchange semester in the Master's program at Tongji University.

Driven by Synius

March 2020Driven by Synius is an experimental branding approach to a self-driving software solution. Throughout the project, I explored different branding approaches and learned more about telling the story of a product through emotions and visual language.

This project was created as part of my exchange semester in the Master's program at Tongji University.

CHŪ – help for love

July 2019 – To create a dystopia related to dating in the future, we have decided to slip into the role of a company founded in 2025. Our scenario plays in 2040, in which the company introduces a revolutionary new technology that, in their eyes, should take love life to a new level. Find out more about the project on the website of my university. You can also explore the demo website of CHŪ here.

Built in collaboration with Jonas Dunkel and Lavinia Khalil.

OpenMoji 12.0

July 2019 – I worked on the OpenMoji project, creating over 30 new emoji for the library and building the official OpenMoji iOS App. I also worked on a project that dealt with the semantic of emojis in speech. Find out more here.

ADAC Führerschein – Redesign

February 2019 – The ADAC Führerschein app is a digital helper for passing the German theoretical drivers test. Since the old app was super hard to use, we decided to create a new, simpler and better app with intelligence tailored to the needs of driving students. Built in collaboration with Noemi Roser and Lavinia Khalil.

amigOS

July 2018  amigOS is a concept for an interactive gaming console system whose remote only features 7 buttons, contrary to the 15+ buttons most common gaming consoles use nowadays. It was created in the course "Interface Design" in collaboration with Joshua Bökle, Cilian Fealy and Bence Agoston.

Journey of a Jeans

July 2018  Journey of a Jeans is an interactive experience that allows users to learn about the lifecycle of a pair of jeans. We used Sketch to create the frames and made it interactive using Framer. Created in the course "Interactive Communication Systems" in collaboration with Antonia Wagner and Florian Nagel.