Snapscreen is a new technology approach by which a TV is recognized instantly by a photo snap. Snapscreen works with linear live TV as well as streaming and provides a SaaS solution for broadcasters. The service turns the camera on a mobile device into a versatile tool to entertain, retain and engage viewers in a modern and intuitive way. In 2019 the start-up became a Techstars portfolio company and we participated in the Techstars SportsTech Melbourne Accelerator programm.
Our design division is part of EBCONT group — one of Austria’s largest IT developing companies. Our services include UX/UI design and frontend development. Part of my roles are hiring and developing our design team, providing stategic advice to our business and representing the company at a executive level. I supply conceptional and innovative product and feature ideas and work in close collaboration with our developers in the implementation process.
Youhelp (www.youhelp.at) was an Austrian based crowdfunding platform. In this project my responsibilities were business planning and calculation, which succeeded in a governemt grant by the Austria Wirtschaftsservice (aws). I also encouraged NGOs to participate as partners. Furthermore I extensively worked with the product conception as well as developer team.
Already in my years of study at the "Vienna University of Economics and Business" I worked as designer. Initially specialized in graphics and corporate identity, my interests soon extended by digital design and web development. I always believed that long-term client relationships with a high commitment were much more effective in achieving projected outcomes. The same approach I adopted in partner cooperations which you have to rely on especially for larger projects. I also founded "Zeitvertrieb" – an Off-space gallery in the heart of Vienna.
Within a very dynamic and highly creative team, I was part of campaign conception and development for several large clients as: BWIN, Chello (later: UPC), Nissan Austria, Schwarzkopf, Keli, Reed exhibitions etc.
This is a project documenting the work of street artists and doodlers in various cities. This art zine combines original ink drawings with full-color photographs of public stencil art and spray paintings.
In the initiative »JAPAN Now« artists were called to design posters, in which the Japanese flag is interpreted according to the catastrophe in 2011, but remains recognizable. The title »JAPAN Now« refers to the situation after the tsunami and its aftermath: the earthquake, the destruction, the many victims. And the (still threatening) nuclear collapse, that should make us all think.
More than 30 exhibition showed very differing types of art as: painting, photography, illustration, graffiti, fashion & digital and conceptual works.
38 aid organizations in the field of development cooperation (EZA) demand from the Austrian federal government to provide 0.7 percent of the gross national income for development cooperation (EZA) - as it was formulated as a goal 33 years ago.