Designer — Digital Products, Services & Experiences
Hello! I'm Markus, a designer exploring the future of urban mobility at move Lab.
I work strategically across disciplines on digital products, services and experiences with the purpose of creating desirable and lasting impact for humans and earth. In recent projects I was running international user research in emerging markets, designing AI based applications and open source software, developing holistic service concepts, and creating visual systems and identities.
Currently I'm working in FREE NOW's research and design team move Lab. Previously I worked for the tech company moovel, the design studio Domestic Data Streamers, and as a freelancer with the TheGreenEyl and the DesignFarm Berlin. Before that I studied Communication and Product Design in Berlin, Santiago de Chile and Valencia. I enjoy traveling, exploring public life, riding my folding bike, strolling around and taking photos.
Open source tool for offline, transparent and privacy respecting AI based data collection in public space.
Role: Product Designer, Visual Designer, Front-End Developer
Year: 2017 — present
Project site: opendata.cam
Visual identity for the 150th anniversary of the architecture department at MIT.
Role: Visual Designer, Creative Developer, Experience Designer
Project site: architecture.mit.edu/150
Beat the Traffic
AI based mini game to drive change and inspire debate about global urban traffic issues.
Role: Visual Designer, Product Designer, Front-End Developer
Year: 2017 — 2018
Project site: beatthetraffic.moovellab.com
Recognition: German Design Award 2019
Experimental drawing tool with a generative brush that gets shaped by real-time weather data.
Role: Computational Designer, Creative Developer, Product Designer
Appearances: Brutalist Websites