01. Rhei clock
In 2015 I made an electromechanical clock that uses 28 stepper motors to move magnets and draw beautiful liquid numbers out of ferrofluid. After a year of failed prototypes, Rhei ended up being an award-winning project.
I was a co-founder and lead designer at Guidigo from 2012 to 2015. We created a publishing platform and tools for users to experience guided tours on the go. Later on we started helping museums create engaging AR experiences for their visitors.
In collaboration with the Google X team, we adapted our app for Google Glass with new features such as image recognition and indoor bluetooth ibeacon positioning.
In 2011 a friend of mine and I worked on a personal project - the Planner App. It was a hybrid tool that combined a todo and a calendar in one app, using the best of both worlds.
04. Facebook Camera
I moved to the USA in 2015 and noticed that i kept sending lots of photos to my family and friends through Messenger. I then designed and prototyped a concept app that speeds up the process by letting you pick a person and send a photo with a single tap.
Hippo&Crate is a brand that offers an environmentally-friendly toothbrush subscription service. I was hired to design the toothbrush and decided to steer away from useless overmolds and rubber grips and focus on the form and the essence of this object.
In 2010 I started leading a design team at a skin health tech startup. For almost 3 years we worked on multiple projects simultaneously, from UX and strategy to branding and industrial design of various devices.
Industrial design and problem solving have always attracted me, so I started coming up with different ideas and concepts for various products. In 2009 I won 4 Red Dot design awards for these ideas.
08. Format D:
Observing everyday events motivated me to start experimental art project – a series of objects, manipulated in a way to tell stories with different meanings than what we are used to.