Web and app design from Vorarlberg

I design and prototype digital products that help you innovate.

What I do

I focus on three aspects of digital product design that help you showing your product or service online and getting a feeling of what the product or service will be.

Daniel Öttl Portrait

Selected works (5)

SINO — An auditive notification system that helps you find the right time to practice your musical instrument daily.

Date: 2021

Service:WebsitePrototypeUsability Testing

The auditory notification system helps children between the ages of 9 to 15 to practice their music instrument regularly. The goal is to further inspire the children for the instrument and to let playing music become a part of their everyday life.

I developed and tested the physical prototype as part of my master thesis with several children from different families over a 5 week period each.

For promotional purposes I created a website which briefly explains the concept and serves as an entry point to contact me.

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Site.Link — An app that helps employees of construction companies to file their images while they are on-site.

Date: 2020

Service:Prototype

The app helps with the automatic creation of file directories and brings the directory selection to the camera screen. This means that construction site photos can be filed accurately as soon as they are taken.

The prototype did not make it out of the design phase for legal reasons.

Moving company — A website that shows the company’s process and their transparent costs.

Date: 2020

Service:Website

This single page website gives an overview of the team of the company as well as their moving process with multiple services to choose from. The highlight of the website is the cost calculator which helps clients estimate the total cost of moving.

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OFFF event planner — An app concept that gives an overview of all speakers at the event and lets you plan beforehand.

Date: 2019

Service:Prototype

The Barcelona Design Festival had three stages with talks taking place at the same time. Some even overlapped with others, so it was very important to plan in advance the lectures you wanted to attend.

In this concept, the timeline layout makes it possible to mark the individual talks as favorites, get detailed information and at the same time keep an overview of the entire event.

EFAC Hohenems — A website that highlights the fun of electric powered remote control cars.

Date: 2021

Service:Website

The website is aimed at beginners who want to take a look into electric RC Car racing. Different sections emphasize of the benefits of the club such as FAQs, videos and a trial training. The website also provides the necessary information for already existing club members such as upcoming events and a live webcam.

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