Պ Lasse Boisen Andersen

I'm a frontend developer
and UI/UX designer
seated in Stockholm

2015 - now

Timekit

We're on a mission to make online booking and scheduling a pleasant experience, for both users and developers alike. Timekit is API-first and comes with a beautiful UI widget to kickstart integration efforts. I'm developing our frontend, design language and product interactions.

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2013 - 2015

Steam

A fresh new take on the booming e-cig market that took the world by storm. Steam was a scandinavian brand that aimed to provide a convenient experience with well-thought products, guiding newcomers safely through the vaping jungle. It was also my first hand-on experience running an e-commerce shop from A to Z.

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2014

Munchy

Munchy was delivery food ordering app that focused on providing retailers an affordable SaaS alternative to greedy marketplaces. The project was short lived but featured more than 300 pizzerias around Denmark and failed in spectacular fashion.

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2012 - 2014

Creative Desctruction

Co-working spaces in the nordics are all the blaze, but most come with premium price tag that's tough for bootstrapped startups. Creative Destruction was a powerhouse at Dampfærgevej (Copenhagen) that housed more than 30 startups at it's peak.

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2012 - 2013

Købstaden

Købstaden was an online marketplace for B&M stores that gave small danish retailers a means to reach new customers online. Although the commercial storefront closed in 2013, the platform lived on as a PaaS solution for other niche marketplaces.

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2011 - 2014

Konscript

Small digital freelance agency, run part-time while studying and bootstrapping startups. We developed numerous sites, shops and web apps for both clients and leisure. For many years, Konscript was my lifeblood.

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2011 - 2012

ITU Innovators

Entrepreneurs can come from anywhere and universities are the perfect breeding ground for the next generation of founders. While studying at IT-University of Copenhagen, I spent most of my time mingling with other like-minded students. The student-driven initiative is still around today.

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