Have worked with advocacy campaging for Swedish non-profits and political campaigning for Sweden’s biggest political party. Producing rapid response digital media, being part of internationally awarded campaigns and winning the general election in 2014.
I am often the collaborator of choice due to my ability to both master the art of design and the logic of programming. Creating exciting and clear design solutions with cutting edge functionalty always produced through efficient working methods.
In the spare time I likes to do circuit training, binge-watch sitcoms and be engrossed in books about evolution and the human psyche.
Din framtid med Socialdemokraterna (Your Future with The Social Democrats) was an animated scolling site I developed for the 2014 general election while working at the Swedish Social Democratic Party’s in-house campaign agency.
The site told a story consisting of 10 scenes showing the user what a new Swedish Social Democratic goverment could entail for them. Each scene would animate and transition into the next by scrolling down the page. By signing in to Facebook you could also get matched up with friends and family in the different scenes.
SIPkollen (The SIP checkup) is a tool developed for Sveriges kommuner och landsting (Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions) for evaluating doctor-patient satisfaction.
The project involved creating an interface for the patient to answer a series of questions about their experience with the care giver as well as a backend statistics platform for the care giver to see patient satisfaction.
Framtiden börjar i skolan (The future begins in the classroom) was a campaign for the spring of 2015 by The Swedish Social Democratic Party. Focusing on children’s right to a decent education.
The campaign revolved mainly around a video distributed online and in cinemas. My job was to design and develop a single serving site to present the video, present additional information and a sign up form by BSD Tools integration.
Menskoppkoppen (The Menstrual cup cup) is a campaign site made for social development NGO Yennenga Progress. Due to the social stigma regarding menstruation, and lack of proper sanitation, girls in developing countries can loose up to 2 months a year of education. This campaign is an effort to spread the use of menstrual cups for girls in Burkina Faso. By buying a coffee cup with the word ”menstruation” printed on it you give money to the campaign and helps spread the word.
The site also offers the possibility to copy and paste a code snippet which will make your own website rain red drops of menstruation – with a colophon in the footer of the page linking to the campaign. The site is created for and hosted by the Tictail shopping platform.
Jourhems- och familjepoolen nordväst is a foster home pool in co-operation with Stockholm’s North West municipalities. The project involved redesigning and developing the client’s previous site, built with WordPress, which communicatively did not fit the profile of the organisations goals. A new fresh design together with storytelling articles would work to convince families to take in a child to care for.
The site was my first experience with the Gulp-development tools which i now use for all my projects.
Björn’s work in front end development and design are at the highest standard and he holds a good eye for customer and consumer perspective.
– Mimmi Toreheim, Social Media Manager at Socialdemokraterna
Björn is great. Few developers have such a good knowledge in design, and very few designers know how to implement their design work in code.
– Jakob Olsson, Campaign director at Reform Act
I have worked with Björn on many projects and he has always delivered and beyond. Without his expertise and dedication Alliansfritt Sverige would have never become Sweden’s biggest progressive blog.
– Robin Zachari, Project Leader at Alliansfritt Sverige and Skiftet