Democracy, inclusivity, accessibility, usability, functionality and empathy are the cornerstones of design and research. These are the values I strive to incorporate in my life and work.
I am fascinated by people — how they think, live, behave and relate to objects, materials, and spaces around them. I want my work to contribute to making the world more empathetic, accessible, and inclusive.
I have been working as a Service and Interaction Designer with Netlife Design in Oslo since 2019. Here, I have worked with both private and public sector organisations such as Røde Kors, Helly Hansen, IMDi, DIBK and Bærum Kommune.
My work at Netlife primarily focuses on engaging in user-testing, user-interviews, design workshops and sprints, designing user-flows and customer journey mapping. During my time at Netlife, I have also designed a course on Inclusive Design which focuses on helping organisations comprehend the relevance and importance of designing for inclusive and diverse user groups, by involving them as co-creators in the research process. You can have a look at some of my talks and blogs by clicking on the following links to know more: