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The non-use of digital technology in all its forms, motives and consequences has been one of my key research interests for over a decade. Recently, I am particularly fascinated when I find it to overlap with #accessibility and privacy.


Posts related to past and upcoming public talks at conferences, meetups or as a podcast guest. I also post video recordings, slides and transcripts of my talks here.


In a talk from 2018 (presented at Webkongress Erlangen, WUD Hamburg and GUIDesign Berlin), I used the concept of “Privacy UX” to showcase how data-awareness should be a part of the UX process, just as any other user-centered aspect. In earlier years - as far back as 2014 - I have been using the term “privacy-aware design” for a similar philosophy.


Everything related to digital accessibility, and inclusive/universal design.


Usability is the core ingredient for designing successful digital products and services.



A lot of the small tools and solutions I design are released under permissive open source licenses to enable others to contribute to and build upon my work. A lot of my code is available on Github.


My pet projects are commonly about issues I care about in my work at large (e.g. privacy, accessibility, human-friendly design). These are either independent projects or spin-offs from client projects.


Kirby is my go-to CMS for projects big and small. When I create something that may be of use for others, I enjoy sharing to give back to the always helpful and friendly community.


The Indieweb describes itself as “a people-focused alternative to the ‘corporate web’”. It’s a grassroots movement, with activists all around the globe working on open web solutions to maintain content ownership and control while enabling social interaction between individuals.


The Accessibility Meetup Berlin is a monthly get-together of people concerned with digital accessibility.


My annual review posts from Marc Thiele’s lovely and inspiring beyond tellerrand conference series.


“Week in quotes” was a newsletter-style post series in 2019, collecting citations from noteworthy bookmarks during the past week.


The application of design methods and philosophy on legal processes and artefacts is an emerging discipline in law, with plenty of yet undiscovered territory and exciting touch points to interaction design.



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