Nina Boesch was designing and writing what looked like code before she got her first computer — and she was the first kid in her class in Bremen, Germany, to have one.
These days, the 33-year-old has her sights on much more complex design aided by much more complex technology. Specializing in interaction design, Boesch essentially makes digital devices play well with humans. Her work goes a long way into making websites more engaging and to make offline computer projects appear ripe for Web 5.0.
When she is not using a computer, the Rhode Island School of Design graduate collects Metro cards from the floors of New York City subways for collages whose materials are intrinsically tied to their subject matter.
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Visually’s newly-launched Marketplace connects thousands of designers with clients seeking to commission infographics and data visualizations. In the following weeks, we will feature members of our designer community here, on the blog. If you are interested in participating, please contact us at blogvisual.ly. Name: Karyn Lurie Rossen Age: 32 Together with her husband Brandon,... keep reading