Hello, I’m Nicole. I am an empathetic expert for User Research and Product Design Leadership with a Master’s degree in Economics Behavioural Science and Marketing and 10 years of experience in creating digital products. I also got certified as a Usability Analyst by Human Factors International, as a User Researcher by Nielsen Norman Group and as a Product Owner (PSPO) by Scrum.org.
In my projects I support cross-functional teams of nationally and internationally operating companies like Bosch, Deutsche Post, DHL or ImmobilienScout24, startups like TopTarif and NGOs like the German UNESCO Commission or The Federation of German Consumer Organisations; I co-led the design and development of awarded omnichannel content platforms such as ‘The Berlin Wall’ history experience and Social TV Apps of popular German TV events such as the broadcasting of the UEFA Champions League.
Aside from technology, I live to travel and to experience life through the lens of different cultures; my heart belongs to the ocean and I recreate during scuba diving and sailing. I care deeply about equality and sustainability and volunteered for respective projects during a sabbatical in Southeast Asia.
I’m currently jumping back-and-forth German cities for my client projects; open for career opportunities in an international team, preferably based in Europe. If you believe I might be a fit to accelerate your product development, please get in touch.
Jürgen HöhnCTO / ZDF
From the first project “Letzte Spur Berlin” I knew immediately that together with Nicole we would be able to create the foundation for a new stack of products for ZDF. After “Letzte Spur Berlin”, which won several awards, we proceeded with a Second Screen Application for “Wetten Dass..?”, then the top entertainment show in Europe. After that, we created an application for the online coverage of the UEFA Champions League in ZDF. All the products we developed together turned into a major success for ZDF. Nicole is great at managing projects and super creative. As a customer, I always felt safe with her, certainly also because of her great communication skills.