One Over Two

iOS/Web Developer


Client projects

I develop iOS and Web projects for clients around the world

Foursquare for football stadiums

As a football fanatic (COYG!) I was very excited to get to work on Footballgroundmap’s official iOS app. Footballgroundmap is a website that allows football fans to find their closest football stadiums, learn about them, pay them a visit and track their progress amongst other fans. It also allows users to rate their visits, write reviews about their experiences and share photos with the world. Footballgroundmap brings fans together.

The app is built with Swift and uses the Footballgroundmap’s API to allow users to find stadiums around them.


Ruby on Rails

I joined the ArtConnect team in Berlin in mid-2014 to take over the developmentĀ of their website. is a social network for creatives, creative businesses and art lovers. The network allows users to discover new local and international artists and get new inspiration through a daily hand-picked magazine. The service provides the registered users with a feed of new art by followed artists as well as works selected by the ArtConnect team.

I was responsible for developing the existing website to a direction with a more magazine-like approach, improving the service both on the backend and also redoing most of the front-end. The backend was built using Ruby on Rails.

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I joined as the head of mobile development in 2015, taking over the development of the iOS app for a start-up building a social solution for finding new roommates. The idea behind the service was that through answering a series of questions about your lifestyle, hobbies and interests, you would be presented with a match percentage of all potential roommates. This way we tried to guarantee you would never end up with a bad roommate again.

The iOS app was developed with Objective-C. One of the most fun features of the app was the part where users were allowed to answer match questions, which worked by swiping cards left and right, depending on your choice. Later the mobile team grew to develop an Android app which I then supported.




I was responsible for developing the companion app for Skansen zoo in Stockholm. The app provides excellent additional content of all the animals, buildings and attractions in the zoo, walking tours, public transport timetables and even 360 camera views of unfinished buildings. One of the main requirements was that the app works offline as many of the visitors are tourists with limited Internet connections. The app also follows the users’ steps in the zoo so that the visitor can make sure he visits all the attractions.

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Personal projects

I also develop personal apps and games through Dark Square Games

Dark Square Games


I have developed a number of smaller utility apps and published them on the App Store.

Some of the apps that you should check out:


Dark Square Games


I also love developing games in my spare time and I have published a number of them through Dark Square Games. All the games are developed in Objective-C/Swift and most of them built using SpriteKit. Here are some that you should check out:


Dark Square Games


In addition to developing apps and game, I also like to create small web projects in order to test and learn new web technologies. Here are some examples: