I was responsible for creating a new training app for Cogmed, a company that makes a scientifically validated method for improving working memory and attention. I created a new reward system where the user gets rewards from training that can later be used to build their own city.
Vektor is an app produced by the non-profit organisation Cognition Matters that helps children improve their understanding of numbers and their problem solving capacity by cognitive training. My role was to make the training fun and engaging during 40 days of training.
OK, long time since last update… again. I will finally spend the day updating with some stuff I’ve done the last couple of years.
First up: Build Cars with Edward and Arthur
On this game i did game design, all graphics and programming myself. Sound design was made by Mindfunk. I really enjoyed making this game as it’s the first game I’ve developed/tested with my own children. My oldest son would tell me what to add to the game when going to preschool in the morning, and then we tested the new features together in the afternoon! It was also fun to go all in on creating art for the game, as I usually spend most of my time coding in my commissioned work.
It’s been a long time since I’ve updated this site, I’ve been busy working with quite a few fun projects (I’ll try to post more about them shortly).
Currently I’am working on Roombler which is a start-up that I co-founded together with Björn Milton and Niclas Heurlin. Roombler is a mobile control panel for small hotels, where the user can manage their bookings and guests. I’m responsible for UX, and some front-end coding, and we are quite happy with the app, and we are constantly adding new features. Technically it has been a nice challenge with lot’s of new technologies, including typescript, angular and phonegap.
You can read more about what’s happening with Roombler here.
My small casual racing game now has over 3 million game sessions! Play it here
We created this game to illustrate a challenging working memory task and create awareness about Cogmed’s Working Memory Training which is research-based cognitive training for children with attention decifits. Go to the site and see how many mines you’re able to disarm!