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My name is Sandra. I am a Swiss designer who has been developing a broad set of skills while working in various industries within the last ten years. Thanks to my experience in the field of design, media, and economics, I bring different perspectives to the table and tackle complex problems creatively and iteratively. I am at my best when I work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where the combination of my strong organizational and design skills helps me to orchestrate multiple projects in a human-centered way.

I became a designer – not only because I like to challenge the status quo – but also to help people. As a warm-hearted person, I like to support my colleagues and the stakeholders to meet their needs. I genuinely believe that only with collaboration and co-creation, we can successfully deal with today’s challenges.

My work @Mammut
Together with my colleagues at Mammut, I design delightful digital experiences and create meaningful content for the digital touchpoints. In the seasonal campaign productions, I act as an art director and producer. I am responsible for aligning the overall marketing strategy to the campaign concepts and ensuring that the produced content meets high-quality standards. In addition, I am in contact with different stakeholders such as photographers, production companies, model agencies, etc., and make sure that the offers are aligned with the budget. I was also heavily involved in Mammuts’ new product style guide. At external photo shootings, I acted as an art director and coordinated the work on set.

My work @HSLU
I am a part-time student currently finalizing my Masters’ Project to complete the Master Design program at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Lucerne. The project is about building a digital network for cancer patients and creating the conditions within which they will be motivated to use such a service. To get a better understanding of the topic and the patients’ situation, I conducted various qualitative interviews and extensively explored the fields of service and social design, behavioral exchange, and motivation theory in my written work. The research shows that especially cancer patients between 20 and 50 years struggle to meet peers. Consequently, they feel anxious, isolated, and overwhelmed. The support of family, friends and doctors soothes those feelings – but often sharing experiences with people who suffer from the same illness provides extra relief and strengthens patients’ confidence. My goal is to create a user-friendly app that connects cancer patients in an efficient and low-key way. To create a human-centered design solution, I work iteratively and use prototyping and user testings as my number one tools.

Curious? Check out my work.