When done right, we can all enjoy life without destroying our planet. Let’s make this transition as smooth as possible while exploring small & big challenges.
Transitioning to the public sector
What I’m Doing Right Now
My nickname is Tito
Some random facts
Interface & service design
Translating user needs into business models at a service design agency for 4.5 years
The service design studio Fuxblau was founded 2013 by Olga Scupin + Manuel Grossmann and I joined them in spring 2014 as their first employee. We helped our clients to better understand what their customers really want and how their overall offer can become more customer-centric.
Cities, cultures, governments, businesses and services are getting more fluid — chances & challenges
In my bachelor thesis I envision a future in which cities can physically, legally and digitally adapt to the changing needs of its inhabitants. As people get more independent they can create communities based on their priorities.
NPR One Redesign
Redesign of the NPR One app without adding new features
The course at FH Potsdam, supervised by Frank Rausch and Timm Kekeritz, was roughly structured like a Google Design Sprint. So rather than introducing new fancy features we concentrated on fixing the biggest pain points. Collaboration with Yaron Zimmermann and Sebastian Rauer.
Redesign of the email encryption application from the Frauenhofer Institute
We redesigned the desktop interface of Volksverschlüsselung. An initiative from the Frauenhofer Institute to make it easier to send and receive encrypted emails. Collaboration with Marizon Bilano and Bodo Pahlke.
Internet connected clock shows you when the next subway is coming
An internet-connected clock that shows you when your next train, bus or tram is coming. Magnetic ceramic spheres are linked to specific public transportation routes. Once a sphere is positioned on the clock face, it will move to the next available departure position. Collaboration with Emanuele Libralato at FH Potsdam and supervised by Prof. Reto Wettach.
Abstract data converted into physical structures
Every year the Bertelsmann Foundation publishes the Social Justice Index classified by six dimensions: 1. poverty prevention, 2. equitable education, 3. labor market access, 4. social cohesion and non-discrimination, 5. health and 6. intergenerational justice. We brought the data back to the public and disrupted people from their daily routine. We created more than a dozen of dataobjects around Berlin, combining each dataset with its appropriate medium and location. Course at FH Potsdam and supervised by Prof. Boris Müller. Collaboration with Merle Ibach, Mario Klemm, Thomas Miebach, Philipp Strixner.
My hand as a candle
Created just for fun. Why not?
Modular & stackable box for the urban nomad
A modular and versatile box with the perfect size for vinyls and office folders. Thanks to its 45° mitres on top and bottom they can be stacked and rotated to all four sides, creating shelves and room dividers. Made at FH Potsdam.
Wired hats allow you to control your game character by tilting your head
During an exercise at FH Potsdam we hacked regular keyboards. Each hat has two tilt sensors triggering the keyboard buttons which allow the players to control the direction of their line in the game Achtung, die Kurve!
Playful wooden cubes with a magnet of a different polarity on each side
Successful application homework for the integrated design study program at KISD. The homework topic was Try. The game Mago consists of 27 wooden cubes with a magnet of a different polarity on each side.
Five-part photo series imagining possible futures in 2115
This photo shows a victim of an intergalactic pandemic. Made with tonic water, gelatine and ultra violet lights. Collaboration with Mario Hamborg, Moira Berit Joachim, Dominik Manikowski, Nina Tschirner at FH Potsdam.
Gofios Doña Olivia
Video of my grandmother making gofios, a traditional Nicaraguan sweet
Bigger picture business idea: a platform to order food on demand from ladies* in Nicaragua who would love to share their creations but are too old to sell the food on the market.
Mini documentary about the extraction and processing of gold in Nicaragua [Spanish]
Santa Rosa del Peñón, Nicaragua.
German idioms and metaphors reimagined as a series of 19 photographs
Collaboration with Flora Karger.
My Personal Card
My own business card made of old and expired bills from my fatherland Nicaragua
Technical support regarding the golden embossing from Daniel Bauer.
Bunga & Bunga Card
Business card for DJ duo
Made with marbled and laser cut paper and silver foil. Check out their Soundcloud: Bunga & Bunga.
Peter's story illustrated
My mother wrote about our neighbor Peter, who passed away in 2013 after struggling with Alzheimer for several years. I illustrated his story in this booklet during a course at FH Potsdam supervised by Dipl. Graf. Hans-Jürgen Willuhn.
Laser cut business card for an architect
Antonio Festa is a Berlin based architect. The laser marked lines on the back represent his favorite piece of architecture: the National Parliament House in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Experimental laser cut business card for Fuxblau
Fuxblau is a Berlin based service design agency.
Berliner Box Card
Business Card for the Berliner Box made of OSB
The Berliner Box is a modular and versatile box with the perfect size for vinyls and office folders. Thanks to its 45° mitres on top and bottom they can be stacked and rotated to all four sides, creating shelves and room dividers. Made at FH Potsdam.
Keyboard Hackparty Poster
Poster for the Keyboard Hack Party
Made at FH Potsdam using keyboard buttons and a photocopier.
Poster and flyer for the music festival Lichtblick
Made using dough.
Logo for an ODB dongle that processes the car's data
The ODB dongle processes the data of the car to enhance the drivers experience. Made during the codemotion hackathon.