As an interaction designer, David specializes in exploring and developing new and surprising digital/physical experiences. His primary role at Tellart is to investigate and develop interaction experiences using tools such as physical prototypes and custom software, with the end goal of gaining a better understanding of user needs and motivations. These insights are treated as inspiration for further iterations and designs, eventually ending in innovative and unique results.
Before joining Tellart, David acquired a Bachelor’s degree in Interaction Design from Malmö University in Sweden, where he stayed for two years to work as an instructor and lab manager. During this time, he started a company that worked with interactive installations and custom prototypes for a wide variety of clients. Following those experiences and looking for new challenges, David attended the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), where he received a Masters in Interaction Design. His final project involved creation of a platform that helped to simplify the exploration of sensory inputs and outputs for designers.