I am a Designer! I solve problems!

… or at least I try to solve them in a strategic and methodical way. 😊

Hi! I’m Wolfram! 👋

My goal is to solve users’ problems, consider and address strategic and economic goals, and to help developers to implement solutions in a pragmatic and feasible way.

My focus is on UX Research, UI Architecture and Content Design

Books and talks

📚 In 2013 I already published the German book “Multiscreen Experience Design”. 📝 I wrote a small article series on “Designing for Multiscreen”. 🎙️ Here’s an interview (in German) with Jan Jursa on the topic.

🔗 If you found this page via a link in one of my books and if you are looking for templates and working materials feel free to send me an e-mail. I will send them directly.

📣 I also talk(ed) about the topics multiscreen, UX and the future of content (management) at various conferences, such as Usability Professionals or the German IA summit.

🔎 I am co-initiator of the award-winning Design Methods Finder, a web based collection of design methods. When we have to solve a problem we apply design methods. I wrote a short article on how to find new and exciting methods.

🎙️ If you are into Jobs To Be Done and Customer-Centricity you might be interested in the podcast episode “Shall We Build a Bridge or a Boat?”. I was invited by Edizon Innovation to discuss this pretty interesting question.

You don’t have much time? ⏰ Here’s a quick summary of my focus areas.

Projects and work

I also published an article how we developed a Customer-Centric Value Creation Framework by using Jobs To Be Done and applying the right mindset and tools.

Interested in my work? Two selected former and my current projects:

Find me on the web

If you like just 📧 contact me by mail with any questions about whatever you like to ask. You can also download my curriculum vitae (PDF).

If you want to read more from me, check out my stories on Medium.

Thanks for your interest! I’m looking forward to hear from you!

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Wolfram Nagel

UX Designer (@TeamViewer), UI Architect, JTBD Practitioner, Author of “Multiscreen UX Design”, Initiator of the “Design Methods Finder”. I love my 👪 and ⚽️🚵📸