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Martin Oberhäuser of Bureau Oberhaueser


Martin Oberhäuser

Interface design in times of information overflow

Since the age of the mobile web we're constantly surrounded by huge amounts of information. Nowadays Interface Design is everywhere and its often our main way to navigate through all areas of everyday life.

As Interface Designers we have therefore the responsibility to create designs that help the user to make the right decisions and guide him to the best and fastest path. There is a huge dependency on digital tools and a bad user experience can complicate the users life dramatically. But that also means that a good user experience can simplify and optimize the way people manage everyday challenges. During my lecture I'll explain these design challenges and responsibilities by taking a deeper look on our thinking behind our Infotainment concept for Tesla and our Pro-Sport Analytics Platform for Whoop.

Talk Date & Time

Friday at 12:00

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About Martin

Martin Oberhäuser is an award-winning information- and interface designer working and living in Hamburg, Germany.

During and after his graduation from the university of applied science in Würzburg Martin worked for various design-studios in Frankfurt, Hamburg and San Francisco. In 2011 Martin founded his own design studio Bureau Oberhaeuser based in Hamburg. In 2015 and 2016 Martin also worked as a substitute professor for Informations design at the Münster School of Design. In April 2016 Martin founded a second company named “tackl” (www.tackl.me). A start-up to disrupt the sports gambling industry, which he is also leading as CEO.

During his career Martin worked for clients like Facebook, Airbnb, Volkswagen, Deutsche Telekom, Adidas, Audi, BMW, IPG Mediabrands, Steelcase, Bertelsmann, Tickr, Lego, Whoop and others.

Martin’s work is inspired by his passion for complex data visualization and information design. He describes his work philosophy like this: “Information is beautiful and life without information is impossible. But it needs someone to filter the mass of information around us and turn it into something readable and useable. This is what we do in our work: we create well structured Information design that is easy to use and fun to look at.”

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