watAgame – Website

The international interactive media company watAgame needed a corporate website for the launch of their new product “Skymo”. The site would serve as a central platform for promoting the company as well as their products. The project also included a refurbishment of their brand, e.g. colors, fonts and logo.

To complement watAgame’s modern, high-tech & innovative profile, the site is equipped with a plethora of CSS transitions and jQuery goodies to enhance user experience. As always, the interface is fully responsive to serve both high and low resolution devices. The end result was a clean & legible website.

watAgame - Website

watAgame - Website

watAgame - Website

Toughest – Website

“Toughest – The most intense obstacle course” needed a website for promoting their new extreme sports event.

To get the appropriate “polished roughness” in the design, I used background textures such as concrete and wood. To keep the interface from being cluttered, I used a rather flat design for the actual site content. The contrast between these two created a balanced and legible interface.

For the back-end, I created several custom WordPress plugins for administrating registrations, e-mail confirmations, discount codes and other events details. To simplify the payment process, an automated integration to DIBS payment gateway had to be built, whereby the registration database is updated when credit card payments has been completed & confirmed. A complicated assignment least to say, but with a great and effective outcome.

Rough textures, combined with Flat UI.

Toughest Website

Toughest Website

Responsive & cross-browser compatible interface to serve all devices and screen resolutions.

Toughest Responsive Website

Registration Front- and Back-end, with integrated payment gateway.

Toughest Payment Gateway


Pensionat Söderåsen – Website

The picturesque Bed & Breakfast and conference facility Pensionat Söderåsen ordered a new website to attract new customers. As opposed to their previous site, they wanted an interface which could truly portray the business and its fantastic surroundings.

Since the site was somewhat content-heavy both in texts and images, I implemented a structured grid layout, which provides legibility and helps users to easily find the content they are looking for, For navigation, we decided on a drop-down solution, which improves and simplifies the browsing.

Some of the custom site features include full localization (translation), custom slides for each page, guestbook, interactive map integration, trip planner for public transport, booking forms and newsletter subscriptions. All of course implemented and administraded in the wonderful world of WordPress CMS.

Light and familiar interface with custom slides for each section.

Pensionat Söderåsen - Website  Pensionat Söderåsen - Website

Grid based layout to improve legibility and reduce clutter.

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Drop-down menus to help users navigate and find relevant content.
Large and visible language picker for localized content.

Pensionat Söderåsen - Website

Pölsemannen – Website & Intraweb

Pölsemannen is one of the largest fast-food franchises in southern Sweden. They needed a new corporate website to modernize the company profile as well as an user-friendly intraweb for their franchise holders.

The intraweb is the main portal for communicating with the franchise holders and an easy-to-use interface was a high priority. Among other functions, I developed an internal web shop for the franchisees to order material, clothes, groceries and other items needed for the business as well as a revenue-reporting system which digitized and simplified their current workflow.

The project required some extensive customizing, fine-tuning and development of several plugins to make all functions, simple & advanced, maintainable by users non-familiar with web development.
Did I manage? Indeed. The entire site is now completely maintained and updated by Pölsemannen, many thanks to the flexible framework WordPress.

Welcome page with quick-links to current campaigns and other info.
3-column layout to increase readability, and improve navigation.

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Responsive & cross-browser tested interface to fit all devices, regardless of resolution.

Pölsemannen - Responsive

Internal web shop for franchise holders.

Pölsemannen - Web

Koozui – Logo Design

“Koozui is an exciting social experiment going live shortly. It’s just 3 guys riding a wave. Be water, my friend…”

That’s how the guys at Koozui describes their ongoing project. Without disclosing any corporate secrets, I can tell you that this is really an exciting endeavor.

It really was a challenge to materialize this rather illusive project. However, after many meetings trying to get a feel for the business and what they wanted to project, I created a logo which gives the sense of strength, motion and change.
Koozui are happy with the outcome, and so am I.


Logo Design - Koozui

Ditt Bröllop Website

To fill the online gap in Swedish wedding inspiration, the folks at Ditt Bröllop decided to take matters in their own hands. I had the honor of creating a simple, easily maintained, yet informative platform for their wedding related blogging.

In addition to their website, I created the retro-inspired logotype and graphic profile.

Site banner including navigation, as well as social media links.Web Design - Ditt Bröllop

Google maps integration (Map query based on meta data in posts)Web Design - Ditt Bröllop

Site overview
Web Design - Ditt Bröllop

Yaaay, Business Cards

Three key ingredients for running a successful design studio are networking, Networking and NETWORKING! What better way to spread the word than with a stunning business card? For these, I experimented with “foil effects”, which gives the colored areas a nice glossy, shiny and metallic finish. Although the foil effect doesn’t really show on the pictures, they turned out pretty cool, especially when light hits the foil surface. Let the networking begin!