May 31, 2018
Kim Johannesen is the co-founder and managing director at a small frontend-consultancy called Shift. They have three core areas they focus on: scalability, performance and accessibility. Kim calls himself a failed designer as he always wanted to be one, but didn't have the skills so instead, he turned to frontend development. Kim started his career in 2000 when he got a job in England as a front-end developer, but he was always drawn towards reading books and blogs about user experience and information architecture.
He was always interested in design, so he became a bridge
between creative and development departments.
Kim has always been an advocate for invisible design and simplicity, always trying to question fancy ideas and directions.
Check out his SprUX (Spreadsheet UX) here