Rasmus Wølk, UX developer. Black and white photo with contrastful lighting and a dark grey background. Shows a young man in his late twenties with light skin and short, dark blond hair, wearing a black t-shirt. The man has a slight smile, is facing the camera with his face and eyes pointed slightly left.
Filip Jakobsen, CEO & founder. Black and white photo with contrastful lighting and a dark grey background. Shows a man in his late twenties with light skin, a serious expression and slight smile. The man has short, dark hair and a short full beard, is wearing a black standing collar shirt, and is looking into the camera.
Roxanne Leitão, Fair UI research lead (volunteer). Black and white photo with contrastful lighting and a dark grey background. Shows a smiling young woman in her early thirties with light skin and long, dark hair tied in a ponytail. The woman is wearing a fashionable black jumpsuit and is facing towards and looking into the camera.
David García Sánchez, UX and interaction designer. Black and white photo with contrastful lighting and a dark grey background. Shows a young man in his late twenties with a neutral expression, light skin and short, dark hair. The man is facing right and seen in profile, wearing a black polo shirt.

Who we are

We are a small team of people who are passionate about digital products, the experience people have with them and the impact they have on the world.
Our team

What we do

We design digital tools for handling complex data, in close collaboration with experts and users. We focus on projects with a cultural touch, such as work tools for libraries and the arts. We don’t take on just any new project: We only work on professionally challenging projects that create long term value for the end users. If in addition the projects have a positive social impact, that’s a big plus for us.
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Process

We start by defining the context and purpose of the project; followed by learning about the users’ workflows; co-designing interfaces with the users and experts. Finally, we collaborate with developers to make sure they implement the design as originally intended.

1. Tiziana Possemato, chief information officer, Casalini Libri