Ahmet Bektes is a product and experience designer based in the Netherlands, where he works with international companies like Avira, Philips Research and Wolters Kluwer. The main focus of his work is to understand the problem and creating measurable and testable solutions with his high prototyping skills. He is interested in education, financial and healthcare domains and has working experience in these sectors.
Ahmet holds an MSc in Design for Interaction from Delft Technology University and BSc. Industrial Design from Middle East Technical University. He is currently working for Wolters Kluwer as a senior user experience designer.
Facilitating design sprints and lean canvas sessions with business stakeholders. Experimenting with VR and accountancy. One of core designer of Wolters Kluwer Global Design System.
My freelance company. Searching and designing with eXperiment, eXperience, Interaction, Intelligent cycles for building up new businesses and products.
Working on digital, tangible interfaces of healthcare, connectivity and entertainment products for international clients like Ziggo, Liberty Global, Philips, One4All.
Researching and designing a service that increases the coverage rate of the reachability of people and groups by combining different communication channels within dialog structures. The product turned into a company.
Working on interfaces and experience of Rescue System and Avira Essentials and conducting usability test in the Netherlands.
Working as the look and feel designer, designing physical interfaces.
Researching food waste behavior in domestic kitchens and how to design products to minimize food waste.
Designing office furniture and systems and visualization of concepts and award winning office chair for operational units.
Designing a new office landline phone system that empowers flex-desk policy.