Adam Danielsson portfolio

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Adam Danielsson

Interaction designer with roots in photography and graphic design. I enjoy working in multidisciplinary teams creating engaging, motivating and thoughtful user experiences.

Education

B.Sc. Interaction Design, Malmö University, Sweden.

Interface Design, Fachhochschule Potsdam, Germany.

Skills

Personal

Design

Technologies

Software

Experience

Professional

Interaction designer and creative technologist.
Looptree Interactions AB, Borås, Sweden.

Interaction designer and creative technologist.
Navet Science Center, Borås, Sweden.

Interaction and graphic designer, developer.
Freelance, Borås, Sweden.

Graphic designer and photographer.
Alpine Photoshop, Zermatt, Switzerland.

Graphic designer and photographer.
Summer Design Office 2005, Borås, Sweden.

Graphic designer and photographer.
Freelance, Lund, Sweden.

Night security guard.
Securitas AB, Göteborg, Sweden.

Ski photographer.
Alpine Photoshop, Zermatt, Switzerland.

Photographer and retoucher.
BD Photostudio AB, Borås, Sweden.

Ski instructor.
Schneesportschule Gastein, Bad Gastein, Austria.

Photographer and retoucher.
BD Photostudio AB, Borås, Sweden.

Exhibited pieces

Inner Selfie.
Opening of Textile Fashion Center, Borås, Sweden.
Generating unique graphics from peoples’ EEG signals.

Mexican Waves.
Draft Exhibition, Nordic Light Hotel, Stockholm, Sweden.
Interactive light installation.

Give Live II.
Konstrundan i Sjömarken, Sweden.
Visualization of peoples’ heart beats.

Red Eyes.
Tangible musical interfaces, Native Instruments, Berlin, Germany.

Give Life.
Implement!, Malmö Museer, Malmö, Sweden.

XSense.
Implement!, part of interactivos?, Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Madrid, Spain. Featured on wmmna and in See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception, Madeline Schwartzman, 2011. ISBN: 9781907317293.

Publications

A Thermal Information Display for Mobile Applications.
Collaboration with Christian Behrens, Thomas Kness and prof. Reto Wettach. Accepted to the Mobile HCI Conference 2007 in Singapore. Read more.