Boris Müller

Interface & Interaction Design



The beauty of interaction design lies in the deep conceptual interconnectedness of human relationships, technological possibilities and aesthetic expression. The most eminent guiding principle for interaction design is elegance.

About Boris:

For over 20 years, I am working at the intersection of design and digital technology. I am teaching interface- and interaction design at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany. Parallel to my academic work, I also consult companies and institutions on issues of digital transformation – especially on interface design, data visualisation and generative design. Together with my colleague Marian Dörk, I co-direct the Urban Complexity Lab at my University. You can find a full bio here.

About is my personal web site. Here, you can find a lot of artistic, commercial and playful projects that I worked on in the last few years – next to some of my writing. esono was launched in 2001 and has not really changed that much ever since. So don’t be surprised if you find projects here that date back twenty years. I like to have them around. If you want to know why – here is a short essay on my recent redesign.

Recent Writing:

I am currently publishing all my essays on Medium.