Archive for the ‘Interaction Design’ Category

Wine & Info porn – two of my favourite things in the world

March 8, 2014

Check out WineFolly, an unpretentious wine blog with encyclopedic knowledge on everything wine-related complete with beautifully crafted infographics.Wine_Folly





November 27, 2013

Bread is the staff of life

November 27, 2013

This is (still) an invitation

November 25, 2013

This is an invitation (2)

November 25, 2013

This is an invitation

November 25, 2013

Cutting-edge Interaction Design projects are only 17 days away. Come and visit CIID IDP students final exhibition in Copenhagen.

CIID Yearbook to hit the shelves today!

June 1, 2012

Summing up last year’s curriculum in words and pictures, I designed this brochure to best communicate the exhilarating experience being a student of Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design has been. Over a hundred pages of exciting courses, amazing projects and unforgettable people will allow you to understand our take on Interaction Design.

Social photography for Intel

January 24, 2012

The outcome of a 2-weeks workshop with Intel Labs on the topic of Social Photography. The following 2 concepts were developped together with Joshua Noble.

SocialSight enhances your travelling experience by enabling you to share your current view with remote contacts. They get access not only to your view but to everything in it –such as other cameras they can acquire views from– tapping in an Internet of views.

Composight helps you draw on existing photographic resources on the public space and enriching the process of capturing. It also makes sharing easy.

Tomorrow is the day…

December 11, 2011

…when I present my final project at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. But in the meantime, here’s a sneak peek:

Don’t miss the students projects exhibition opening on Thursday evening!

To all the french-speaking programmers out there

March 20, 2011

Since today is the International Day of the Francophonie, here’s a tangible proof that learning how to code is about mastering a new language. By modifying the source code and recompiling the software of the popular programming tool Processing’s functions and methods into French, this project makes it clear to everyone, experts and beginners alike.