Stefanie Kegel — Research. Strategy. Experience Design.

Stefanie is a Berlin based designer specialized in designing for interactive media. She helps to shape the interactions between you and your customers by creating strategies and concepts for digital products such as applications and websites that are easy and fun to use, with an eye for both: your business goals and your customer’s needs.
Say hello, read the blog or download PDF Portfolio.

I see computers as a human-technology conversation tool – and I think that technology should ‘speak’ with humans in a human ‘language’, not vice versa.
Technology should serve humans in a friendly, human way and support them in accomplishing their goals, like you’d wish a good and polite assistant would help you.


Early flyer design for a 60s beat /space age party series at the S.U.I.T.E Mannheim



Press & Publications

‚Stefanie Kegel on using social psychology in interaction design‘ Interview with Lauren Kelly from Form for thought, 04.2016.

‚More Than Just Pretty: A Guide To UX Design For Startups‘, Interview with Charmaine Li for Factory Berlin, 04.2016

‚Portfolio of the month‘, PAGE magazine Issue, 07.2014 (print & online)

‚Flatterhaft beständig‘, Interview zum Thema Freelancing, weave Magazine, Ausgabe 11.2012

‚Wireframes und Prototyping im Interfacedesign‘, webstandardsmagazin, 03.2009
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‚Intercultural Aspects in Interface Design‘ [upfront meetup Berlin, 2016]

‚Softwarebasierte Barrieren im Designprozess einreißen mit Sketch App‘ Artikel im Studio Blog [UIG Frühjahrstagung, 2016 – Geekettez Team Session]

‚Ready or not? No UI‘
Vom Verschwinden des Graphical User Interfaces. [Usability Kongress Frankfurt, 2013, Webmontag Mannheim, 2013, Geekettez Team Session]

‚User Experience, das Fundament‘
[World Usability Day, 2012 Mannheim, Geekettez Team Session plus Workshop]

‚Storytelling as a Design Tool‘ [Agile Design Camp, Hamburg 2011]

‚It’s all about communication. HCI made easy‘ Wie schaffen wir es aus puren control panels Systeme mit etwas mehr Persönlichkeit zu machen? [Webmontag Mannheim, 2011]