Moritz grew up in Söllingen, a small town near Karlsruhe, Germany. He studied mechanical engineering at Karlsruhe Institute of technology (KIT), specialising in product design and production planning.
He is interested in user-centred design in the development of new products. The topic of his doctorate is the need-finding process based on eye-tracking records. His research focuses on the analysis of gaze data in order to identify usability problems. Furthermore, he loves interdisciplinary collaboration and a workshop-based way of working in the early phases of product development. He is interested in identifying general principles of development projects and strongly believes in the power of creative workspaces.
He is renowned for drawing on every blank whiteboard he comes across and is absolutely passionate about creative thinking.
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