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Tommie Scheijbeler, Mobile UX Designer, DigitasLBi

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12:15 PM | 21 September 2014

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We caught up with Tommie Scheijbeler to discuss all things design and mobile.

Tommie Scheijbeler's is travelling the world to share and gain mobile UX and interface design experience. We caught up with Tommie to see what life is like at DigitasLBi Hong Kong as a Mobile UX Designer.

When did design become something you wanted to pursue in life?

I was always interested in computers and technology. Strangely it took me quite a while to figure out that this was something I should pursue as a career. In my late teens I began experimenting with HTML code in Notepad. It was the early years of internet access for the average consumer and I remember the dial-up connection and that I only had half an hour internet access per day. I used to visit some websites and print the pages out in grayscale. I was obsessed with video games, music and comics.

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