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Other things I've done

From teaching and writing books, to creating proof-of-concepts and performing accessability audits, I have had the opportunity to try many exciting things in my background.

Writing and publishing tree books
(so far...)

Farliga prinsessor och ljuva monster - om normutmanande föräldraskap (2018)

A book about how we as parents can raise children who are independent and resilient, without being contrained by limiting gender stereotypes.

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Med normglasögon i behandlarrollen - utforskande i gränslandet mellan normer, makt och psykisk hälsa (2019)

A book for psychologists and therapists, about how we can (and why we should) include a systemic, political and norm-critical perspecitves on the work we do with our clients.

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Digital psykologi - forskning och klinisk tillämpning (2021)

In this anthology, I wrote a chapter on psychological design together with a colleague, David Brohede.


Our chapter was about how psychologists and therapists can use psychological principles around motivation and behavior design to create digital therapy programs, interactive learning initiatives, and other ways to work with their clients.

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A hand holding a pen, writing on a paper. Image by Scott Graham

Teaching UX design, research, psychology, and data-driven design

A collage of logotypes from different vocational colleges in Sweden

Since 2020, I have had the opportunity and privilege to teach the next generation of UX designers at several vocational colleges (yrkeshögskolor) in Sweden.

At Yrgo, Nackademin and IT-högskolan, I have been a recurring guest lecturer on their UX design programs.

At Hyper Island, I was an industry leader for a course in data-driven design, meaning I organized the course, determined the curriculum, hired additional speakers to cover all topics, and graded the students.

Topics I have taught include:
  • User psychology and behavior

  • User interview techniques

  • UX writing

  • Qualitative research methods, such as interviews, observations or contextual inquiry

  • Quantitative research methods, such as surveys, A/B testing or user tests

  • Data-driven design principles

  • Analyzing and visualizing user data

  • Presentation skills and communication

What I learned from teaching:

Having the opportunity to teach others your craft is perhaps the best way to develop and grow yourself as well.


Discussing with the students, working on exercises and real-world cases with them, and answering all of their various questions, has taught me a lot about how I approach my work and how I can bring more perspectoves into what I do every day.

Accessibility audit for the website of Göteborgs Stad

In 2020, Göteborgs Stad needed an accessibility audit of their website with a focus on multi-lingual and democratic accessibility.


Their aim was to reach a larger portion of the citizens of Gothenburg, as well as tourists, businesspeople, and other visitors. This was an exciting assignment where I got to draw on my background as a writer, language nerd, and polyglot.

What I did there:

As a UX researcher, I audited the current municipality website, conducted research on best-practices and current available technical solutions for multilingual accessibility, and outlined a plan for subsequent actions with a return-on-investment perspective.

Tools and methods I used: 

Literary research, UX audit, stakeholder interviews, reporting, return-on-investment analysis, WCAG accessibility guidelines.


I gathered my insights in an extensive report, with suggested actions based on a return-on-investment (ORI) framwork, that I also presented on several occasions to stakeholders at Göteborgs Stad.

Logotype for Göteborgs Stad
A forest of fir trees seen from above. Image by Geranimo

Proof-of-concept (PoC) for a sensor-based forest fire surveillance system

For a confidential client, I created the UX and UI for a sensor-based forestry surveillance system and conducted relevant research to further understand the particular use case, and possible user needs. I was also assistant project manager and collaborated closely with the developers.

Tools and methods I used:

Wireframing and prototyping in Figma, graphic design, interviews, user research, project management, Scrum/agile methodology, client presentations.


A deeper understanding of psychological aspects of the use case, which involved use of our product in emergency situations, was also key here.


A proof-of-concept was delivered to the client and their project has since taken a different direction. I presented the wireframes and underlying UX strategy at the client handover. Screenshots/UI sketches can not be shared here due to confidentiality.

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