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Work and beyond in the digital space
I have worked with, and are currently working with, many of Norways best known brands including Volkswagen, Norsk Tipping, Visitnorway, Imsdal, Kraft Foods, OFV, NRK, Nordea, DNB, Lilleborg, Tine, Telenor and Koenigsegg.
Thus far in my career I have worked as a designer, web & flash developer, and lately as a digital concept developer. I hold a Masters degree in Information Technology and a Bachelor in Graphical design: Before I went freelance I worked for Apt.
We were approached by consultancy company Nye & Kloke Hoder this summer. They wanted to update their website to allow their customers browsing on their iPads and Androids to be able to use their site. We suggested a complete makeover focusing more on communicating the company's core values, and helping them to better communicate with their audience. We focused on a simple design building on their excisting profile, letting their showcases and articles speak for themselves through big images and strong text, that looked just as good on mobile, pads and desktops.
Check out their website here
Oslo based co-working space, 657, have finally launched their website only a couple of weeks shy of their 1 year anniversary. 657 are made up of small companies and freelancers, mostly hailing from communications and media. Concept by Joachim Levin, Komodo and myself, interaction design and layout by me, design by Eggedosis, development by Emil Broll and photography by Steffen Aaland
I worked with Mobiento and Finn.no to create a mobile ad campaign in the form of a game. The brief was simple; Make people engage with the brand as much and as long as possible, and create a positive connection with the brand Jif. The campaign was a big success and generated a lot of traffic for the client along with a huge number of registered users. Mobiento handled the strategy, concept and design, and I did the wiring, turned the necessary nobs and switches, tightened the screws, taped over the odd hole, hammered it straight and made it play.
The competition is now history, but the site is still up
Commisioned by Drueklasen, we set out in October with keen spirits and a lot of energy, and started building the new website for Olivia. As it so happened the site launch was delayed, but we are all happy that it is finally launched. The site focuses on the two main objectives hungry customers are after, namely looking at the menu and booking a table. It should be just as easy to check out the menu and book a table on the mobile as on the ol' desktop machine.
The site is designed by Mr. Edmond Yang and developed by me.
If you feel like Italian tonight, go check it out!
We are very pleased to have won Norways most coveted design award, Award for Design Excellence ( Merket for god design ) for 2013, with the project OFV Kjøretøydata. Only two jobs in our category, Interactive design, was awarded this year. The design was made in co-operation with Magnus Cederholm.
More on norskdesign.no
More about the project
Check out the site or check out 23video
Playing around with css3 and css transform and transitions, I made a demo-effect for a recent project. In the end we didn't use the effect, so I thought I'd make a personal twist to it, by rebuilding the demo with my own photos from some of my more recent travels. Created for Chrome, but seems to work in Safari and Firefox too.
Check out the demo
I normally don't add small projects like this to my site, but I thought I'd make an exception for this one, since its a great break from the norm. Websites don't have to be supercomplex and take months to create, allthough they sometimes do, they can be done in, well, a day. All design and development was done in a day, and lo and behold, it even got the clients approval the same day. The site is responsive, as sites should be.
The site resides about here
Check out the site here
Created together with Magnus Cederholm, on commision from Kitchen, the site features a members club and a store finder, and is optimized for mobile devices and tabs/pads, as a supplement for their flash-driven site. The site is yet to be launched.
Browse the mobile site here ( Not yet released, though )
So.. What have I been up to the last year or so. I have been busy doing idea, concept, design and development for this project. The site is a closed site for the automotive industry in Norway, where importers and resellers can create their own profiles, search amongst all new cars imported to Norway each year, create comparisons, get notifications of new/changed vehicles and create their own vehicles.
It only took us about a year, but happily, I'm very pleased with the result. The concept and idea was created for Popkorn by Kai Arne Aspeli and myself on behalf of the client, OFV. The functionality and all the development was done by Kim Sørensen at Popkorn, and myself. Design was initially done by me, but Magnus Cederholm took over the design late last fall, changed much of it, and reskinned the rest, and of course made it a lot nicer!
The site is now launched as beta, and is due for proper release this fall.
Some footage taken during my 4 months stay in Sydney, learning how to handle my new 7D. All footage by me, music taken from a Nike ad. Put together in Premiere, and finished off in After Effects.
On a slow saturday night I decided to open up lightroom, find a suitable image, and edit it in photoshop to turn it into a dark photo, suitable for this time of the year. The photo was taken in he middle of the day. I finished off the editing in snapseed on the ipad.
A project I worked on back in 2009 with Pablo Scaglione and Dan Butler at Apt. It actually never got launched, but it was a great project that ended in a beautiful site for jeweler Langaard, and its about time that it ends up on my portfolio site. Of sorts. Pablo and Dan designed the site, and I programmed it.
Check out the site here
I just discovered the art of moving photography, or whatever its called, and had to give it a shot. A scene, a tripod, a camera, after effects and photoshop is all you need to create these semi-still images
Have a look
Of course, my inspiration came from Jamie Beck's fantastic photography blog "From me - to you"
A campaign for Kraft, initiated to take back the "twist, dip and lick" image from competitors. The campaign is running in Norway, Sweden and Denmark simultaneously. Its made in co-operation with Screenplay, who had the concept and design.
My first attempt at a time-lapse. The place is Uluru and Watarrka National park, Northern Territory, Australia. The clip features three sets of photos. Sunset and sunrise from Uluru, and a nightsky photage from Watarrka National park ( Kings Canyon ).
NRK has an obligation towards the Norwegian Media Authority to publish an annual report of their program mix. This year, the 4th year running, NRK and Apt made an online version too, focusing less on numbers and more on content. I was in charge of the flash development, updating the already excellent system made by my colleague, Alexander Pope.
Check it out over at NRK
This banner for Norges Kreative Fagskole challenges your logical and creative senses. The point of the game is to get the ball into the hole. There are more ways than one to achieve this. If you are really creative it should be easy. The banners communicate via Localconnection in flash and always know the state of the other banners. The banners are part of a larger concept where the main goal is to communicate that creativity can be learned.
This project for Innovation Norway ( visitnorway.com ) focuses on promoting the northern parts of Norway as a tourist destination in wintertime. The solution is built around the concept of the Aurora Borealis, or the northern lights. You can create your own aurora and have it play back on the night sky of the site. Share your lights by email, facebook or twitter. The inspirational part are made in flash by us at Apt, while Ixd has done the backend part. I was in charge of creating and displaying the northern lights which is generated by the users
Watch the campaign here: Your northern lights
Initially a project I started on late 2007 to learn how to code AS3, I came up with the idea of combining images with sound after an inspiring session at FOTB 2007. I worked on it inbetween other stuff but never really settling on the design before I recently decided to focus the project more towards the visual and the design rather than the code behind. The idea is that the postcards comes to live by analyzing the music.
Visit site: Postcards
Creativity can be taught... Or so Norges kreative fagskole says. Anyway, they now have a brand new portfolio for their excisting and older students. The portfolio already contains thousands of works from students from a wide range of courses. I have made the flash application.
Visit site: Portfolio
The annual fall campaign for norwegian lottery service Norsk Tipping. The 2007 version is illustrated by Kristin Roskifte. The 2008 site is made in flash with a built in "fake" 3d engine to enable you to move through the festival between the stands. All illustrations done by Taylor White.
Campaign for norwegian lottery service Norsk-tipping. The site has two sections. A personality analysis and a voice analysis sections, both designed to give the user their unique personal lotto numbers. I have made the voice analysis. The analysis is made in flash, but with the help of red5 media server and flv-to-mp3 encoders.
Visit site: Voice analyzer
Campaign for Vinmonopolet, with the purpose of making people under 25 show their id. The message is being given by four different characters: A turkish hairdresser specializing on one cut, a city nudist, an emo kid and a scientist from the 50'ies predicting the future. All flash by me.
Visit site: viktigbeskjed.no
Site made for Oslo Industrial design company, Reactor Retail Magic. I made the flash where all data are dynamic and updatable by the administrator.
Visit site: re-actor.com
Disney's Donald Ducks scandinavian website by Egmont. Html & css by me. Design by Egmont and Virtual Garden.
Made back in 2006
Visit: Donald Duck & co.
Customize your own Koenigsegg. Choose body colour, styling, interior material, colour and threads. More than 10 000 different combinations. Design, image editing, flash development and backend programming by me. This was made back in 2005.
Update: It has later been slightly modified by koenigsegg.com
Visit site: Configurator