Anika Krieg

UX Design (Design & Concept)

As a UI/UX designer, Anika works on creating concepts, wireframes, interface design, graphics, and generating and reviewing design ideas. She also helps support her design colleagues by stepping in to take care of any unfinished tasks. 

Anika is not just a creative super-weapon for UX and design — she brings light and laughter to every conversation. Every day, every minute. You just CAN NOT be unhappy when working with Anika.

Tools can’t live without:

  • Figma
  • Adobe XD
  • Sourdough bread
  • Sunshine

Anika loves to dig deep into understanding user behavior to create experiences of “user joy”. She also describes herself as a “good mood manager”. For a change, she likes to play a few notes on the trumpet and is always keen to garden. Don't put fresh mushrooms in the food for her...

Expertise & Fun

  • UX and UI
  • Effective teamwork
  • Delivering valuable and high-quality digital solutions
  • All things TYPO3!
  • Asking questions to gain deeper understanding 
  • Family and friends time
  • Interior design
  • Collecting treasures in nature and gardening
  • Baking bread

Anika and TYPO3

My favorite things about TYPO3 are its easy editing and individual configuration. TYPO3’s logical structure helps me in the conceptual and design process — plus, it helps clients understand our work quickly and easily. And, of course, I love how TYPO3 contributes to its community.

Anika on working at b13

I enjoy collaborating with my inspiring colleagues — who also have great senses of humor! I love b13’s growth mindset because it gives me the chance to be creative and find innovative solutions to meaningful, purposeful tasks, as well as the ability to work independently and develop my own working style. I think b13’s method of supportive collaboration helps clients feel understood and respected, which is why they keep coming back for more. I love the feeling I get when I know we’ve helped clients present their brand optimally and reach their target users.

Anika's Dos and Don'ts

  • Never stop growing
  • Never stop communicating