Wolfgang Bremer is Digital Media Designer for Digital- and Print Media, specialized in Media Design.
As Co-Founder at Founder2be.com Wolfgang is mainly doing design, UX, and social media marketing. As Design Lead at Nokia he is responsible for the design and UX of Nokia Prime Place. He is also working on AdConnector, Nokia Maps related topics, and more for desktop & mobile. In his previous role as Director of Design and User Experience he has been responsible for the design of Strands' social media products, and Strands Recommender.
Trained with a professional education in Germany and equipped with more than ten years of knowledge and experience, Wolfgang possesses extreme attention for detail and combined with his work at highest standards, he creates state-of-the-art designs and graphical user interfaces for maximum user experience.
Prior to joining Strands in March 2008 Wolfgang served more than four years with a media and communications agency in Germany, where he has been involved in many high-profile web-, multimedia, and print-projects for world-wide operating clients. He did not only lead many of the design projects but also lead the implementation of web content management systems and he eventually rose to the head of the design devision.
In 2005 Wolfgang founded mediatwister to provide design and consulting on project basis for internet, multimedia, print and more.
The work Wolfgang has been involved with as Lead Designer has been distinguished with several internationally recognized awards: - 'BlackBerry Partners Fundâ„¢ Developer Challenge for BlackBerryÂ® Developers - Best in Show' Award 2008 - 'BlackBerry Partners Fundâ„¢ Developer Challenge for BlackBerryÂ® Developers - 1st Place, Most innovative Multimedia Application' Award 2008 - 'GetJar â€œUp and Comingâ€ App of the Year 2008'
Director of Design and User Experience
May, 2009 - Jan, 2011
Mar, 2008 - Apr, 2009
Founder, Creative Director
Aug, 2005 - Feb, 2008
Head of Design
Mar, 2005 - Jul, 2005
Designer and Developer of Print- and Non-Print Media
Mar, 2001 - Feb, 2005