Hey, nice to meet you, stranger.
You’d like to know more about me? Here we go:

This is me: Anna, a 90-s kid in love with all things beautiful, minimal and sustainable. Oh, and everything swedish. I left my heart there in 2013 when I studied in Linköping for 6 months. My dream would actually be to have a red, little summer house by a lake somewhere in Sweden, where I can enjoy endless summer nights with flower crowns and of course lllots of kanelbullar. Sounds dreamy, right? If I could only have one meal for the rest of my life though, it would 100% be something with potatoes. Yes, I’m that german, haha.

I used to be both a designer and webdeveloper – and that’s probably exactly what describes me best: creative and at the same time analytical. That’s not an either or for me. With my focus on UX Design I found my perfect balance! But I also enjoy very much working offline doing silk screen prints or pottery. Beginning of 2022 I even founded my own little ceramics label! So, let’s just make it easy and say: I’m a multidisciplinary creative and always up for a challenge.

A little more professional:
Digital creative with 8+ years experience

Freelance UX Designer & Creative, afueranna.de
Since 2016/10

UX Designer, schoene neue kinder
2022/01 – 2022/12

Lead Designer, Stylight
2020/01 – 2021/12

Visual Designer, Stylight
2018/10 – 2019/12

Webdesigner, WDM
2014/04 – 2018/09

More detailed information on Linkedin

And because I like to get my hands dirty, too:

Founder & Potter, narukaceramics
Since 2022/02

Silk screen printing workshops, Silberfabrik
Since 2021/10


Dipl. Communications Design, IFOG Academy
2017–2019, Munich Institute for Photography and Design

Linköpings universitet, Sweden
2013–2014, Computer Science & Databases

B.Eng. Mediatechnology, DIT Deggendorf
2011–2015, Majoring in Media Computer Science

Other Certificates:

Oxford Women’s Leadership Development Program
2021, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
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Photo: © Lisa Hantke