My name is Kenneth. I’m an experienced Danish designer with a commercial mind-set and great insight in web development. I kicked off my design journey in 2006 and since then, I’ve been working with brands such as Alt om København, B.T., Berlingske, Business.dk, Sporten.dk, SPOTdeal and latest Deal.dk

I love doing the “pixel perfect” design and focus on every little detail, but I also know how to be a part of a fast-paced day with daily deadlines.

When I’m not sitting in front of the screen designing or exploring the digital world, I like to let the creativity flow producing music in my small home studio.



Art Director
Deal.dk – Jysk Fynske Medier
2019 – Current

In January 2019, SPOTdeal was purchased by Jysk Fynske Medier. JFM now holds two separate deal brands, Deal.dk and SPOTdeal, being a market leader within the Danish deal market. I’m spending my time strengthening our brands through marketing campaigns and optimizing the platforms.

Art Director
SPOTdeal – JP/Politikens Hus
2012 – 2019

I started as the first inhouse creative mind at SPOTdeal. My main tasks were advertising and visuals for events, e-mails, social media as well as daily campaigns. I also spent time redesigning and optimizing our website, going from a single to a multi campaign deal site, being a more traditional e-commerce platform. Another task of mine, was handling our RTB ads.

Web Designer
Berlingske Media
2008 – 2012

In 2008, I joined up in a newly formed team, Berlingske Digital, handling brands in the media group such as Berlingske, Business.dk, B.T. & Sporten.dk. In this team, I made business ideas of our Business Developers, become actual designs for our many brands and platforms.

Web Designer
Alt om København – Berlingske Media
2006 – 2008

I started out my design journey in 2006 at AOK, a Copenhagen city guide owned by Berlingske Media. In my time at AOK, I’ve gathered a great amount of knowledge of “do’s and don’ts” in the world of advertising as I spent most of my time creating online banners and being webmaster for our advertisers.


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