After studying interface and motion design Nadine worked for several years in a web agency and supported various clients in the ideation, design and implementation of digital projects. There, she mainly focused on the topic of semantically linking museum collections and participation processes.

This led her to the non-governmental organization Liquid Democracy in 2014, where she took over the revision of the concept and the redesign of the participation software as design lead. The software is used by the City of Berlin, the Mercator Foundation and the Enquete Commission Artificial Intelligence of the German Bundestag, among others.

Over the last three years she has been contributing her expertise in technology and interaction design to projects promoting transparency and open governance for the Open Knowledge Foundation Germany. She was also one of the initiators of the referendum for a transparency law in Berlin.

During this time she also finished her MA in Design and Media Theory at the FH Potsdam about the topic ┬╗Journalism in the networked public sphere┬ź.

Beyond that she has worked as a freelancer for a number of clients and agencies such as the Vienna Cybersecurity and Privacy Research Center, Correctiv, Transparency International Europe, Simply Secure, Stan Hema and Edenspiekermann.

As a researcher, she focuses on the impact of interfaces on our understanding of technology.

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