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Tom Fejer - Prezumé
Transcript of Tom Fejer - Prezumé
Visual thinker. Crafting intelligent interactive systems and products. International working experience in the Netherlands and Hungary. Amateur chef, half-marathon runner and occasional photographer.
User Centred Design of interactive products through crafting high fidelity hardware and software mockups.
Lead UX and Interaction Designer
maform design agency
Improvement of new and existing products of Tech Companies and Startups in medical, IoT and transportation domains.
Industrial and Interaction Designer
Philips Innovation Site
Carrie out concept proposals, feasibility studies to accelerate over a dozen projects at multiple departments. Make new pain relief technology accessible and engaging by interaction and visual design for devices and smartphone Apps.
Industrial Product Design and Engineering
Budapest University of Technology and Economics, HUNGARY
/ Master of Science
Eindhoven University of Technology, NETHERLANDS
Create interactive, tangible user interface concepts for the future by applying open, reflective, transformative design process.
Microsoft Faculty Summit
/ speaker and exhibitor
2013, Microsoft, Redmond
Crafting wearables: interaction design meets fashion design
2013, Conference paper CHI ‘13, DOI: 10.1145/2468356.2479556
People Centred Design Competition
/ 1st prize
2012, Philips Design Shanghai
Learn to code
Designing for VR
Learn the semantics of VR design, and explore VR design tools.
Write code for personal web and hardware projects.
Experiment with new materials, make fun little objects.