I'm an iOS developer from Sweden who likes podcasts, puns and building products. Currenly working at Spotify.
On this site you'll find various things I'm working on.
I've been working at Spotify for the last three years, it's a great place to work at.
Currently I'm in the Artist Experience team, making our iOS app both a better promotional platform for music creators, and a better way for fans to enjoy their favourite artists.
When possible, I prefer using the keyboard over using the mouse, and I'm a big fan of adding and tweaking shortcuts.
A couple of months ago I found a neat way to quickly launch the screen saver with a keyboard shortcut. I figured it might make sense to share it.
For Hackaway #2, three friends and I created an application during 24 hours, called Podratten (The Podcast Radio Knob) - a reference to old-school radio frequency tuning knobs.
We created it for situations when you simply don't want to choose exactly what to listen to, but rather just tune in to whatever's playing.
You simply put the phone on a flat surface and rotate it to change stations, adding a level of randomness.
It had been on my mind for a while, so I wrote a post about working on projects in your spare time, what happens when you lose your creative spark, and more importantly – how to get it back.
The game Flip the News was created during 24 hours for the first Hackaway. Two friends and I came up with a concept; is is possible to gamify the practice of critical thinking while reading the news?
The game tests the player's source criticism by displaying a news headline and presenting two choices, is the headline exaggerated and false, or is it in fact true?
Due to the time constraints we settled for a web-based game, but it might get turned into a real game one day.
I felt like sharing some thoughts on how I use Siri, so I typed up a short article with some ideas on how it hopefully could improve your every day life, it certainly made mine a bit easier.
Sublime Text is a great editor, but it doesn't provide any means for quickly accessing the folder of the file you're currently editing, so I created a plugin, which adds a "Finder: Open here" command to Sublime's already powerful Command Palette.