What was it like when you held the functioning prototype in your hands for the very first time?
When I held the first prototype in my hands and was able to control the product via the app for the first time, it was a bit like magic. Of course it's familiar to us and we know how it works. But when you see that this is the product that we're responsible for developing, then you quickly get a good feeling and realise that you're on the right track.
Have you come across situations in your everyday life where you recognise products?
Yes, that's actually something that happens every day. Of course, I particularly notice the products for which I've personally had some responsibility for developing. It fills you with pride. You've worked on this and know just how much work was involved in developing the product and what the team achieved in getting the product out onto the market. So of course you're delighted to see that customers are really using it.
What is your long-term goal?
I think that I have a responsible job that fulfils me. I'd like to carry on working here for a while and prove myself. I'd like to do this until I'm 30 and then see where that takes me next. There are always bigger, harder and more complicated projects. I think things will happen of their own accord.