As a UX/UI designer in Oticon Medical, I work in a multidisciplinary distributed team where I am responsible for leading the design of new features for our fitting software, Genie Medical CI. I collaborate with different stakeholders from product marketing, clinical support representatives, and system engineers to project managers and software developers to ensure that our user's needs are met and that we provide a delightful experience for the hearing care specialists that use our solutions.
My main tasks in this role are:
As a Scrum Master in Oticon Medical, I am responsible for the Scrum practices of my multidisciplinary team. I facilitate the different meetings, planning, and retrospectives. And help my team to keep growing and to find better ways of improving our teamwork. I also act as a communication link between project management and our team.
As a UX/UI Designer, I'm was in charge of the usability and experience direction of the Absolute Zero Mobile App and the Absolute Zero Cloud Studio.
My main tasks were:
As a research assistant at DTU, I was assigned to support in the research of a Ph.D. thesis.
Worked as a producer and visual designer in two documentary films that were locally acclaimed. I gained experience in the following areas:
During my master's education, I focused on the areas of User Experience and Product Design. I enjoyed the most courses like:
During my bachelor's, I was introduced to the concept of User-Centered Design and Design Thinking. I participated in many design projects and got to practice with many different styles of design methodologies and prototype building.
I studied for one year abroad at Fachhochschule Salzburg, where I took Design and Product Management Courses.
A Man Called Bronco, was my introduction into the film medium, the documentary was independently produced by a three-person team, where the responsibilities were shared equally.
Web Design Experiment/Book Recommendation Website
I was interested in web design and development, and I greatly enjoy reading books, so I decided to combine the two. The result is Olmenta, a web page where I recommended my favourite books while experimenting with different styles of UI.