User Interface

I’m a translater between humans & machines

I’ve collaborated on TFT UI projects alongside the internal UI team, overseeing the integration of industrial design with the digital world. This involved managing workflows, exploring various user interaction possibilities, and incorporating user test results into the iterative design process.

Non- Digital User Interfaces

Buttons on a dishwasher serve as the simplest user interface, allowing users to easily select wash cycles and settings. They provide clear, straightforward controls that make operating the machine intuitive. This simplicity ensures that anyone can use the dishwasher effectively without needing extensive instructions.


Designing digital screens requires a focus on touch (which is modern but brings also disadvantages) , resolution, and a overview of workflows (what happens when you click “here”).

For me It’s essential to ensure the UI elements are intuitive and easy to interact with. Not only for the user later, but also for the team while working on it.


I’m not an expert at designing individual screens, but I love to maintain an overview of the entire project and ensure a very clear workflow. I think it’s paramount to stick to certain principles when considering “what happens when you click here.”

User friendly, simple, easy intuitive, not overloaded

Lets zoom out and stop beeing experts. Lets be the user and operate the appliance from the eyes of the customer/ end consumer