Designer and Developer in Hamburg, Germany, he/him
Linus works as a freelancer. Apart from work and school, he loves reading and writing, aesthetics, photography, and minimalism, as well as deep conversations, meditation, and piano music.
A simple platform to find recipes and make cooking a joyful experience.
Meet brings people together and makes spending more time away from their phones easier. A start-up I started building with Kevin Schaefer (discontinued for now).
A platform for organizers to sell digital tickets quickly, easily and inexpensively for concerts, exhibitions and all kinds of events.
Collab with Joel de Jonge (vause.de)
Everyone should get the chance to unfold his or her musical potential to the fullest, regardless of their time and level. We developed a simple, measurable and personal approach to make our community achieve this goal.
We redesigned our highschool’s website to fit modern standards and easy content access.
Design by Studio von Fuchs und Lommatzsch
I helped KoRo to improve their online shopping experience to support the mission of becoming the number one online food store in Europe.
Fashion has grown to become one of my biggest interests. This article focuses on the problems and possible solutions of overconsumption and an intro to the concept of a ‘capsule wardrobe’
A general introduction to minimalism from the time I started learning about it more. Might publish a pt. 2 at some point.
This article offers a view on the status quo of the school's grading system and points out why there needs to be a change.
The earth is at a point where we are producing more and more waste in every household that pollutes our planet. more than our earth is able to recover in the long run. read about our impact and ways to change to adapt to a cleaner future.
"[...] It has been an interest of mine to be able to chat with someone as young as Linus about the future and current state of education. As you guys know I have made education a key conversation point for this season and it is only fitting that we talk to a student who both benefits and disagrees with how students are taught today [...]"