About four weeks ago, finally, the glorious and highly anticipated JSConf EU took place. You may have heard! Right here at the heart of the universe, Berlin. May 6 through 7. And it was totally-super-frickin-awesome. Maybe you couldn’t go and are super jealous or maybe you did go and just want to bathe yourself in some nice memories. No matter, you’ve come to the right place!
In this instalment of our Dialog interview series, Senior Project Manager Nancy Wegner explains why she decided to team up with NOLTE&LAUTH one year ago and her most exciting project to date. To find out about the methods we use to implement projects and what makes the team truly special, have a look at this video:
Our Dialog interview series presents the heart of NOLTE&LAUTH: its employees. UX Lead Jens Schlüter, who has been with NOLTE&LAUTH for over seven years, reports in this edition. He tells us how he explains his job to his parents and what makes working for us so special:
Starting early at 8:30 (am!), several of the Berlin staff arrived at Galerie P98a, Erik Spiekermann’s letterpress workshop, where we attended Sonja Knecht’s presentation entitled Text in Not (Text in a state of emergency) as part of the Creative Mornings series. And it proved worthwhile for a number of different reasons.
Our Dialog interview series presents the heart of NOLTE&LAUTH: its employees. First off, Markus Mannes, who is Senior Art Director and has been part of our team for five years now. In this video, Markus discusses what drives him personally, how user experience design will feel in five years and what new colleagues should bring to NOLTE&LAUTH:
Finally this spring the time has come, time for a new face for NOLTE&LAUTH – time to relaunch our website. To spread the word about our company, our employees, and our work, we have been doing some organising, designing and copywriting at our locations in Berlin, Frankfurt and Stuttgart.