Web & E-commerce Consultant
Although my education testifies that I am a digital one man band, I still do have a love for activities such as picking mushrooms, cooking jam and ordering wholesale quantities of vegetables online. In my spare time, I also run around at Wirströms Järn & Färg and plan for my next project, when I’m not stuck in front of my computer – which is where I’ve been spending a lot of time since I was a kid.
I am a trained information architect, specialized in web and design. But name one woman who would think that’s enough! The list goes on, including courses in psychology, criminology and content management. At Naes & Friends, I work with Web & E-commerce. What’s hidden behind that title? A lot of different things actually. Branding, site building, graphic content, strategy, content planning to name a few. Previously, I have worked as a web editor and coordinator at various web agencies, e-commerce manager at interior design companies, content specialist and creative manager. Now I am here! I hope to make use of all previous knowledge and to be able to help our clients with their online presence in different ways. No way is bad, except the bad ones and I think you can go far with a good idea and a clear direction.
If I were to describe myself, I would use words like caring, resourceful and structured. My friends would probably say that I am calm, wise and completely crazy. I think "completely crazy" refers to something good anyway, and nothing to worry about really.
3 fun facts about me:
- I cried when I got a screwdriver as a present (Dewalt, if you know, you know). <3 It’s the first thing I would take with me if the house starts to burn.
- I address most of my friends by their last names. Some kind of military jargon that has very clearly gone out of control.
- I love cheese. Do not know if it's that fun, but it's just the way it is. I love that shit.
My superpower is probably my lack of moderation. I like to do things wholeheartedly and always to the fullest. I am still burned out since the Christmas party in 2008 where I rented a choir, bought personal gifts for 25 people, boiled apple mulled wine, inflated 150 helium balloons, booked various tables and taxis and baristas who poured water from high altitude into a coffee filter for all to see.