What have I been studying & working with?
June 2020 - Present: Front-End Developer
Front-end team @ Sparebank 1 Utvikling
Recently joined the new front-end team at Sparebank 1 Utvikling.
The team and I will be working on improving and maintaining the designsystem, along with assisting other teams in front-end related issues/projects.
June 2018 - May 2020: Front-End Developer & UX-designer
Front-end team @ Posten Norge
Working as an UX-designer and front-end developer in the front-end team at Posten Norge.
The front-end team work with improving MyBring UI, and help other departments to make better UI decisions.
Previously I worked in the Innovation Division, where I used my skills in UX-design and programming, to be a link between the design and development team.
Feb 2016 - June 2018: Front-End Developer
@ ProTeria AS
Fulltime Front-End developer at ProTeria AS. I took part in the development of their freight system.
2013-2016: Bachelor's Degree in Applied Computer Science
@ HiOA (now renamed OsloMet)
Graduated June 2016, with top grade on final bachelor project.
Studied subjects like Human Computer Interaction, Universal design, Web-programming, Information architecture, Prototyping, Android and System Development.
During my studies I also CO-lead the student organisation HiOA Gaming, and volunteered at a student pub called Samfunnet Bislet.
Articles and other texts I've written
Cypress.io is a tool for setting up, writing, running and debugging tests. Compared to many other testing tools, Cypress allow you see the state of your user-interface during different stages of interaction.
In this article I quickly go through the progress of getting started, writing and running your first tests, along with my personal opinion on why you should use Cypress.
Regardless of how enthusiastic you are laying the first bricks of a project, at some point you’ll realise that the stack
of bricks, look suspiciously like a wall, or something different than originally pictured. In this article I cover some of the stages and challenges
I faced while I rewriting an application.
WCAG is a set of guidelines, required by law to make the web more accessible.
I decided to create a poem, summarizing
some of the guidelines, and why it is important to follow