Plattentests.de is a german website that reviews indie and alternative music. The website isn't very modern. It has got a fixed layout and isn't responsive at all. Although I love reading the new reviews - viewing it from a mobile device is a real pain. So I created a concept for an app. Not only I wanted to make the experience of reading reviews better, I wanted to provide additional values. In the app you can save reviews to read them later or save albums on a listen-to-later-list. Sharing articles is now easier than ever. You can post reviews on twitter or just send one of your list per mail or message.
The Mood App is a product that was built within the class "Interface Design". The intention was to create an iPad App that helps designers and their clients to communicate. More precisely to settle for a shared mood of their common project. To accomplish that we gave the client the opportunity to create a list with terms that describe the mood of the product. After that the designer tags each term with pictures that fit best. Now they are able to check if both have the same mental model even before the designer starts making drafts.
On my personal portfolio website I wanted to show my skills in up to date web design and web technology. The portfolio website is fully responsive and uses the complete screen real estate from small smartphone screens up to big 27" displays. I also focused on smooth transitions and the use of CSS animations to create a nice user experience.
Go try it out on different screens!
Responsive web design is the future. We knew that, so we created an interactive infographic that explains the topic in a simple and effective way. To accomplish that we answer the three main questions: What?, Why? and How?
In each part you can interact with a graphic that lets you feel the point of the argument. Because of the interactions the learning efficiency and understanding is much higher than in plain text.
The goal of the class "Visualization Project" was to visualize a concept of Human-Computer Interaction in the year 2025.
We decided to visualize our take on shopping in the year 2025.
The Travel Tracker App is the result of a the class "Scenario Based Design". We had to develop an app for a small group of business travelers that creates user experience while they're on business trips.
We came up with an app that tracks all data that the group creates. The app processes all data in real time and visualizes it for the users. In the end of their trip they can review all data on an big multitouch table at the airport.
This is an app that helps trainees of an grocery store handle their apprenticeship. It provides them with knowledge about products, shows them the exact location of goods and gives them the opportunity to insert new ideas for the store. The app also contains a e-learning game that helps them preparing for upcoming tests.
The ZIMTrainer is a gesture controlled system for training your back. We had the task to create a video for a submission to the German E-Learning Innovations Award (d-elina Award 2013). Our starting point was the very precise gesture detection algorithm the company I worked for developed. So we had to came up with a scenario to use it in an e-learning application. In the end we became nominated under the final three.