At Triagonal we are always so happy to expand our team of talented people and yet again we welcome two skilful design engineers, Camilla Düsterdich Hansen and Louise Brockdorff.
Camilla Düsterdich Hansen has actually been with Triagonal for three years already, first as an intern and later as a student assistant. She has recently finished her MSc degree in Design & Innovation from the Technical University of Denmark specialising in behavioural design, a knowledge she aims to draw upon when working with wayfinding.
“Developing and designing wayfinding is complex, and it is one of those fields, where user involvement is essential to the process. It is our responsibility and area of expertise to translate the users’ needs into a proper wayfinding strategy in order to improve their overall experience.”
Louise Brockdorff holds a MSc degree in Design & Innovation from the Technical University of Denmark and certificate in project management from RMIT. The last 7 years she has worked in the aviation industry as a project manager of numerous complex development projects.
“Looking forward to being a part of a specialised team in wayfinding at Triagonal. As project manager my goal is to provide a structure and workflow for all running projects at Triagonal, resulting in more time for the experts to develop empowering wayfinding”