I'm a UI/UX Designer and Full-Stack Developer from Vienna (Austria) with more than 20 years experience in various industries such as Consulting, Technology and Finance. I am passionate about creating outstanding user-centered experiences on all devices. Paired with my strong knowledge of building modern, state of the art applications I will help you to make your business a success.
UI/UX Designer and Developer for e.g. Raiffeisenbank International, Kapsch CarrierCom, Österreichische Post AG, Virtue, Hyve, Hotel Zeitgeist Vienna with focus on User Experience Design. Founder of Dance Today - a digital dance companion app. Publisher of the magazine Dance Today.
2017Accenture InteractiveDigital Business Integration Consultant
Accenture Interactive helps the world’s leading brands transform their customer experiences across the entire customer journey. Through their connected offerings in design, marketing, content and commerce, they create new ways to win in today’s experience-led economy. Accenture Interactive was ranked the world’s largest digital agency in the latest Ad Age Agency Report.
2012 - 2016TTTech Computertechnik AGGraphic Design & Web Development Specialist
TTTech is a global leader in the field of robust networking and safety controls. TTTech solutions improve the safety and reliability of electronic systems in the industrial and transportation sectors, with a portfolio of products that are helping to make the Industrial Internet of Things and autonomous driving a reality.
2009 - 2012Self-employedGraphic Designer & Web Designer
Print and web projects for clients like Wiener Zucker, AUVA, GEA Werbeagentur (Waldviertler Schuhe) and others.
2006 - 2009GEA WerbeagenturGraphic Designer & Web Developer
Graphic design, layout and photography. Product catalogue design. Webdesign and Web Development.
Managed all aspects of producing a bi-weekly newspaper while meeting a demanding production schedule. Performed activities including setting type, creating graphs, maps, drawings, advertisements, and typographic elements. Acted as backup for various functions of weekly newspaper.