06.00: I like to get a lot out of the day, so this is when I typically get up. I switch on some music, call my grandma and get ready to go to work!
06.45: I cycle to the office through Amor Park. I live about 15 minutes away, so it's a short ride.
07.00: I'm typically one of the first to arrive at the office - it's always 50/50 whether it's me or Patrick who has to turn of the alarm. We put a funky playlist on the speakers and have breakfast together - there's always fresh bread from the neighbouring bakery, but I'm more of a skyr fan.
07.15: I get a quick start to my day. The morning hours are the most efficient for me - so I enjoy using this time to answer emails and take care of administrative tasks before most of my colleagues walk through the door around 9am.
09.00: Every Monday I have a status meeting with my colleague Morten, who is a UX designer on the same projects as me. We review the tasks from the previous week and make a plan for the week ahead.
09.15: After the meeting, I work independently on a customer project. Most often this involves creating new page designs that build on the client's existing design DNA. My dad also typically calls and interrupts me around here!
11.00: Since I start work early, almost half of my day is gone by this time - and I'm one of the first to hit the canteen's lunch buffet. If the weather is nice, I enjoy my lunch in the sun with some colleagues.
11.20: Re-energised, I take the lift back up to the office and grab a Ramlösa and a sweet from the secret sweet cabinet.
11.30: After lunch, I start another project for the same client. It varies a biit whether I work on one project or switch during the day. I'm only assigned to one customer, but it can be several different projects.
12.00: I have a meeting with an external UXer, where we usually go through workshops and insights - and agree on which directions the design should go in, or any adjustments that need to be made.
15.00: I'm cycling home!
15.15: I recently launched a big and important personal project - GRETHE. I produce and sell perfumes inspired by Anholt. Although it requires a bit of extra work, I enjoy having more places to apply my creativity - it energises me and gives me new sources of inspiration. I usually spend a couple of hours on it when I get home: emails, orders and events.
16.00: I go to the gym. Some days I work out in the morning and some days in the afternoon.
18.00: Typically, I jump in the water at Svanemøllen and have dinner with friends before hitting the sack at home!