Stefan Rössler on how to stop worrying and start enjoying your work.

Minimalism is more then just simple graphics – it is a philosophy. In his talk, Stefan Rössler tells stories from his last five years at Simplease. He talks about working with a bicycle shop, a tech startup and one of the most well known brands in the world. These are stories about blood, sweat and tears… and a lot of fun. In the end, it’s all about how to stop worrying and start enjoying your work.

About the speaker

Stefan Rössler studied Information Design at the FH Joanneum and in 2010 founded Simplease together with three colleagues, where he’s since then working as a user interface designer.

He is convinced that communication is a key component of our experienced world. His goal: To improve this world by simple design of communication. Preferably he reaches this through an outstanding design - clear and workable user interfaces, which simply “feel good”. Careful planning, surveys and usability testing should not be neglected here.

Since 2010 he is sharing the knowledge and experience that he has collected over the years to students at FH Joanneum (interface design and usability testing), and since 2011 at those of the FH Salzburg (Interface Cultures and Interaction Engineering).

He can also to be found regularly at conferences and barcamps.

More info about Stefan’s work and Simplease can be found on, as well as on where you can regularly learn exciting facts about design and web development.

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