Diana finds it important to dissolve the conflict between content and design - through excellent usability. She is convinced: "Even if design and content are set in an exciting way but navigation is ambiguous, the experience will ultimately be a negative one. By contrast, a comprehensive user experience approach helps to tackle content, structure and design in the right way from the very outset.

Diana is particularly interested in Behavioral Design, but her heart also beats for "simply really good design", sometimes with playful elements. She feels particularly at home in the digital world. Her main tasks today are the conception and design of websites, web applications and prototypes with a focus on user experience. And after work she likes to do three things: baking, reading, cycling - not necessarily at the same time.