Hi, my name is Tim J. Peters. I'm a Berlin-based Design Generalist with focus on interactive and strategic design.
As Head of UX & Strategy at SCHUMACHER — Brand + Interaction Design, I work with a talented team of designers, strategists and developers.
I completed my master's degree at FH;P's renowned Interface Design track in Potsdam. Previously and after I worked in different agencies for a range of clients from DAX30 to SMEs, NGOs and several exciting startups. Find my full CV below.
My passion is to create human centered concepts, services and applications with focus on sustainability, usability and purpose. My work is determined by the urge to make the world a better and easier place for everyone, starting with design and technology that puts the human in the forefront. My biggest strengths are the enthusiasm for what I do, my quick perception and ability to adapt to new challenges and fields quickly. Check out some of my favorite projects from the past.
Some of the topics I'm currently working on are: #futuremobility #ai #techethics
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Together with the talented Team at SCHUMACHER, I help companies to build truly human-centered experiences and enable a culture of innovation from within.
Supported companies in building truly user-centered experiences and reshaping their brand experiences, brands and strategy. Started concurrent to my master's.
Crafted and built smart digital products in a new-work oriented team. Supported companies in re-imagining their business to fit for a digital future.
Additional to my studies I did conceptional work, design/UX and development of state-of-the-art web applications in q+g's beautiful office in Darmstadt.
Created futuristic concept from ideation and design to prototyping and business concept. Was involved in guiding industry leaders and startups on their way to digital business transformation.
Research, design and development of adaptive and narrative multimedia systems which aim to find new, improved ways of human computer interaction. Located at my university. In partnership with business institutions like ULB and the Staedel Museum Frankfurt.
Design and create handmade unicums in the areas of web, UI and print for businesses, professionals and associations.
Especially the contact with my first real clients as well as the challenge of making my work fit perfectly to the needs of customers from different business segments endorsed and motivated me to get better every day.
As an Emergency Medical Officer, I support the local Red Cross chapter within civil protection, medical services and operations. I also provide support with training and act as a first responder from time to time.
Within a volunteer year in social services (FSJ) I supplied people in medical distress and drove the ambulance car at German Red Cross' emergency medical service. For this, I did the training to become a paramedic, which I still maintain until today.
At different elections I helped counting the votes cast and review the propriety of the election.
Emphasis on AI and new mobility topics. Master’s project on the opportunities and challenges future mobility creates for society, businesses and cities from a strategic design standpoint. Graduated with distinction.
During my masters I took part in a cooperation course in the fields of digital humanities. This resulted in an invitation to the Massachusetts Intitute of Technology to speak about new ways of making a use out of art collections using artificial intelligence.
Gained skills in the fields of concept- and UX design, prototyping and coding. Started to reflect the work as a designer in a wider social and technological context. Interdisciplinary and project-based approach. Graduated with first-class honours.
Studied Multimedia B.A. Hons. at a partner university and got in touch with the beautiful country and friendly people of Ireland and with internationals from all around the world.
Emphasis on Mathematics and Politics
GPA: 1.4 (scale 1-6, 1: best)
Enabling non-profits, small companies and start-ups to test the usability of their products and services in a fun and open event series.
CSR Day is one of Bavaria's largest networking events on sustainability. I spoke about how companies can position themselves more crisis-proof after Covid, what this means for leadership and employees and why digitalization, innovation and new work play a crucial role in this.
I've always had a distinct interest in the ongoing political debate about the balance between security and individual freedom and rights. In the run-up to the German federal election I was invited to argue with Angela Merkel about this topic at prime time in front of an audience of millions.