Get to know Filip Sjöberg

UI/UX Designer & Junior Software Developer at Safeture

Interview Filip Sjoberg

What do you do at Safeture? 

I’m a part of the development team working as a developer and UX/UI designer. I focus on interactions and user experiences in the platform and am, at the same time, the guy writing the code. As a developer and UX/UI designer, I work with both new functions as well as improvements to our existing offering.  

What are you most passionate about when it comes to your work?

The most important thing to me is to develop an intuitive, simple, and eye-catching design. I aim to always do better both as a developer and designer. Here at Safeture, I truly have that opportunity.

Working with the customer as an asset in my workflow is something I am very passionate about. I believe in the importance of including customer input for further development and also to gain perspective, valuable information, and feedback. Understanding and helping our users along with providing intuitive solutions, is my greatest motivation. 

Lesson learned during your career? 
I would say not being afraid of trying out new things, never stop being curious, being eager to develop oneself further, and never ignoring a learning experience. These key points have taken me to where I am today and shaped me, both professionally and as an individual. Also, it is important not to forget to have fun along the way. Everything gets a lot easier with a smile or laughter!

Favorite things to do when you are not working?
I am a huge soccer nerd and happily spend many hours each week on the soccer field as I am an active goaly and am also pursuing an education to become a coach. In my spare time, I like to stay busy and active in any way possible. 

Something not many might know about you? 
In recent years, I have built up an interest in beer, which has led to many strange beers being drunk during these years. But with this interest, I have also started brewing my own beer with mixed results. At one point, there was an accident in relation to the brewing, 10 out of 12 bottles exploded during fermentation, and it took about 6 hours to clean up after the explosion. After that, it took me a while to start brewing new beers.

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