Andreas Cederström

My interest for user interfaces began in the early 90's. Whenmy parents were not looking, me and my brother launched the i386 PC and tried to figure out how to launch classical games as wolfenstein 3d, lemmings and battle chess from the DOS prompt. The way computers back then invited for curiosity to interact in different ways is the foundation that drives me to constantly enjoy new technology. I have a strong passion for code and programming but what I value the most is the outcome - the interface that the users interacts with. As much as the browser landscape can be painful, I also embrace it. It's what once allowed me to be creative with frames, tables and spacer gifs and today utilizing modern javascript (ES6), html and css.

Outside of digital life I enjoy playing with my three kids. To keep up with their energy I've become somewhat obsessed by long distance running. I've tried a couple of marathons and ultra marathons. I also enjoy backing gadgets (usually stuff I don't really need) on kickstarter, especially cameras. I don't have any clumsy DSLRs anymore but photography is still something that will always be interesting to me. There is so much to tell about a snap shot in time which usually doesn't get told.