At the moment I'm freelancing as a visual and interaction designer @daskreativwerk. I'm also a proud member of @Dorfjungs. Aside from designing digital things and interactions, I also enjoy toying around with product design and physical production processes (and skateboards as of recently ofc).
Gård is an open-source project making hydroponic systems accessible to everyone by taking an affordable and modular approach. Through our downloadable instructions, you will have the opportunity to build your own Gård and grow plants such as lettuce, peppers, cucumbers, strawberries — you name it — without any soil using a nutrient-rich water solution. If you want to take your Gård to the next level we also give the opportunity to introduce data by providing you with our web app giving real-time data about your hydroponic system in terms of pH score, water level and nutrition, allowing you to gain detailed insight to ensure perfect growth.
Meadow will be an interactive display, with focus on plants and flowers in a special area in Bavaria. Climate is changing and that's as a matter of fact quite bad for everyone. We are trying to visualize and concretize those dangers, by making digital flowers and plants react to weather data and furthermore to gestures of the user standing infront of the screen. This will serve as a protoype for an upcoming museum in Bavaria.
I wanted to address the problem, that I think a quite huge amount of people don't know about the true effects of wrong or right nutrition on the human brain and body. It's not just about weight gain, weight loss or how your skin looks. How and what you eat – or don't – has a direct influence about how you feel: tired, stressed or even sick.
Sapling → Water → Tree → ??? → Chair. We all have some kind of wooden furniture in our homes – at least partly. But how are those made? That's a tougher question to answer. We made the page scrollable by interacting with an tree, to get that wooden surface and feeling attached to the visuals.
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