20 years of experience. 500 million users. 2 books.
I have designed over 300 digital products/services and 50 brands, which have been used by over 500 million people in 120+ countries. Those projects include many of the biggest brands in the world, from McDonalds to The United Nations, and many of those projects won international awards, raised money from world-famous VCs, or were acquired as a result of my work (in part, of course). I have written two books about design and human behavior, including "UX for Beginners" which has been read by over a million people and translated into several languages.
Principal UX Architect
Jan 2019 -
As founder and CEO, I run many aspects of Peekerton. But the main part of my work is designing complex solutions for clients, and doing analysis on digital businesses for investors, and building our own internal software.
Product Lead, Motherbrain
Jan 2018 -
Researched and re-designed one of the most sophisticated machine learning platforms for private equity in the world.
VP of Marketing & Head of UX
Jan 2017 -
Millions of users per year. Reduced tech support issues by 99.98% via user research and UX design.
Jan 2016 -
Researched & designed a new product/brand strategy.
Jan 2012 -
13 million users. Designed a community growth model, 200 pages of wireframes, selected a branding agency, and contributed to a pitch that raised $13M in funding from Sequoia.
Head of UX
Jan 2010 -
Won various design awards. Designed two Top 10 apps in the app store. Designed one of the first modern streaming services in Europe. Worked on almost everything digital for Absolut Vodka during that period.
Senior UX Designer
Jan 2009 -
100 million users. Almost tripled user revenue in less than a year, working with one developer and an illustrator. Successfully re-designed an entire social network with 1 million users by myself (built by a team of 8 developers and a community manager).
Used to show ads, campaigns, communication and offers etc. that we think you are interested in, and that are personalised after your preferences.
Functional (improve the website)
We use functional tracking to analyse how our website is being used. This data helps us to discover errors and develop new designs. It also allows us to test the effectiveness of our website, and to improve the support functionality on the website.
Required (give website access)