Sebastian Frederick Müller, is a designer and visual storyteller. He has studied industrial-design in Paris, Stuttgart and Helsinki and designs digital products that makes every day live for humans more easy. Sebastian uses drawing to explore the interaction between humans and products.
During my work as a designer I use sketching to think through processes and to capture them into user scenarios.
I try to simplify my drawings as much as possibly, so that they are easy to understand.
My work is inspired by designers such as Katsumi Masaru and Otl Aicher. The Danish road signs by Ole Søndergaard are my favorite icons, as they show as well simplification as also sympathy.
A Further inspiration is the work of Walter Crane and Karl Arnold. Artists and designers have always tried to forecast the future and to capture their visions with sketches. The sketch above is by Karl Arnold and shows how he has imagined mobile phones for the magazine Simplicissimus in 1926.
In my project 190 Pages I speak with diverse people about their thoughts and experiences with products and services.
Some of this conversations lead to ideas and visions about how to enhance the relation between humans and products. Other conversations are about observations of products in daily use.
In my sketchbook I aim to capture the essence of this conversations and to transform it into a visual language that is easy to understand.
I also have published some cartoons (only in German) Carlsen Verlag.