I'm Sophia Kecir Camper.

I've worked as an Interaction Designer with early-stage to Series-A ventures, since 2012. I build digital interfaces for People while fostering a design culture with teams I collaborate with.

In my spare time, I cook food and build critical art installations. 

What am I obsessed with? 

- listening and understanding the job to be done*
- learning-by-doing mindset and a hands-on approach
- cross-cultural and impact-driven challenges
- inclusive, empowering and creative environment
- remote-friendly and close-knit collaborations

Currently based in San Francisco Berlin.

— Interaction Design, Product Design, UX/UI Design, Rapid Prototyping, Design Sprint, Art Installations

What I do 4 days a week as an average

➞ Scroll latest projects
2018 03 14 Design for impact – Hexagon meets McKinsey_Airbus Design Thinking challenge3

Design Thinking facilitator bringing together teams, ideas and job to be done.
How I nourish my work, 1 day a week as an average.

 ➞ Read case study

Craftwoman playing around with hardware, food, and artifacts.
On my spare time.

 ➞ Visit the Labs


Sophia was fabulous to work with. 
Her strong opinions, thoughtfulness, 
transparent process, a knack for asking good questions, and attention to detail
left us very happy with the outcome and the process. Excellent balance of strategy and execution.
Andy Wilson — Founder, Visitwell
I have had the privilege to work with Sophia and I have to admit that she is a unique creative thinker and an excellent sparring partner. She likes to work on product design by thoroughly investigating internally and externally, she is not afraid to get her hands dirty and never loses focus of the underlying customer needs and the “job to be done”. Sophia also moderated many workshops and ideation sessions that provided valuable insights and improvements both on internal- and customer-facing products.
John Papageorgiou — Product Manager, FreightHub
Working with Sophia to develop the OpenFarm design vision was a great experience. She brought fresh eyes and a unique perspective to the project, and was willing to dive in deep and run with her ideas. She worked hard to develop relationships among the team and keep everyone moving forward.
Rory Aronson — Founder, OpenFarm & Farmbot