18 Years
as Sentinel of the Userverse

Meet Kasper, your friendly neighbourhood Product Designer who's got a knack for learning how things are made and crafting products that people really enjoy using. I've got a knack for guiding design and user experience, finding the sweet spot between what's challenging, what feedback tells us, and what the business needs.

Zero years of experience

Messing around with Photoshop 2.0 as a teen, forging bus passes and student cards, just to see if it would work - it did.

Leaving the agency world

After 10 years working at agencies, learning everything from marketing, branding and service design, I leave it behind to be an entrepreneur.

Challenging status quo in Software & SaaS

Now using my 18 years of experience, challenging companies view on how much impact a good user experience can have on a product.

Engaging you to read this in a retrograde manner.-
Featured project

Motion Capture Made Easy

Facilitating and structuring a cohesive experience between hardware products and their use through our software solution, by being the link between multiple development teams and management.

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Featured project

Digital color selection experience

Reinventing color exploration for home decor by making it a simple experience to try colors in any room.

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Featured project

Indoor golfing with radar precision

Designing a intuitive and seamless interface, optimizing the number of touchscreen interactions, so users can concentrate solely on their swing (and the good company).

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Let's get personal

Kasper is a professional Technical Diver with over 300 logged dives, he's a super avarage Chess player, and has a wild sens of direction.

I live some 15 minutes north of copenhagen in a house with my girlfriend, daughter and our dog.

We all have hobbies - mine is a little compulsive though. I want to know how things work, so I tinker... I build computers and drones, I DIY bike sheds, and plumming. I also restore old hardware like record players as well as mod headphones.

Anything is possible with perseverance... (and YouTube).

Years as a designer

Since I was 15, design has allowed me to indulge in topics to continually learn new things!

Books read in the last year

Fiction to enlighten the heart, and the occasional nonfiction to enlighten the brain.

Playgrounds visited in a year

We have plenty to choose from, but I'm also counting beach and forest visits.

Years as a dad

No doubt this is my biggest hobby, which is pretty lucky as it's a big one!

This is what my mom defines as success

Kasper blew me away the very first time we met. He presented such an interesting, well thought and unique design, all the while keeping the user experiences at the core of it all.
His absolute focus to his craft and attention to detail, combined with a pragmatical and logic approach to challenges, makes him both efficient and high-quality at the same time.
He has the courage and skills to have an opinion of his own even when nobody else speaks up. I respect him deeply for that.