An oil painting showing Philipp Baumann-Sury in case Edward Hopper had painted him

Hi, I am Philipp Baumann-Sury

An oil painting that could possibly be the result of Edward Hopper taking a walk through the Niederdorf in Zürich

I live and work in Zürich, Switzerland

I am an experience designer committed to best possible results for human beings

I coach students at FHNW

I call myself an Epicurean idealist

If Edward Hopper had a go at the Vitruvian Man
If Edward Hopper had painted a control room in some sort of factory

My journey with experience design

Friends gave me the nickname Parcival because "he is the one looking for answers".

Below, you find some pictures I took at work in all those years in human factors and experience design.

Students observing participants in a usability test room
Coffee capsules - careful experience design from start to finish
Housing triggers all design aspects from the steps in a staircase to the digital mortgage journey
Human factors are still the foundation of any experience design
Architecture has a direct influence on how we feel, work, and live
Good experience design improves safety
Good experience design also improves security
Eye tracking helps us to carefully assess human attention
And with well designed virtual reality we can explore entire new worlds
If it all works, we can really take off

"Was sich überhaupt sagen lässt, lässt sich klar sagen; und wovon man nicht reden kann, darüber muss man schweigen."

Philipp Baumann-Sury in an art gallery, if the scene were painted by Edward Hopper

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