Bio

My name is Robert Bue, I am 31 years old, working at TRY Pearl in Oslo, Norway with over 12 years of experience in creating digital services and experiences. In my position as Solution Architect, I help clients to build modern, scalable services and platforms with focus on user experience.

All though I have worked most of my professional life with technology and as a developer, I have a studied interaction design and I enjoy combining code with design and animation to create the best possible experience for the user. My profession is one of my strongest passions, and I spend a lot of time trying out technologies and optimizing my work.

One of my other passions is running, and I'm a marathon-/ultra runner that help me to to stay in shape, as well as pushing my physical and mental boundaries.

Awards

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And 30+ other medals and nominees in Webby, Lovie, New York Festivals, Cresta, including norwegian awards Gulltaggen, Gullblyanten, Visuelt and others.

Experience

Solution Architect
TRY Pearl
Technical Director & Partner
Good Morning Naug
previously Good Morning
Full Stack Developer
Good Morning
Interaction Designer
NXT Oslo
Design and development
Developer & Designer
Freelance
Design, front-end & back-end

Jury duty

Gulltaggen
Juror
Design & technology
Gulltaggen
Juror
Craft - tech
Gulltaggen
Jury leader
Craft - tech
Webby Awards
Juror
Awwwards
Juror
Developers jury
Gulltaggen
Juror
Craft & Branded Technology
Sølvtaggen
Juror

Trivia

My personal best on a marathon is 2 hours 36 minutes, and my longest consecutive run is 12 hours.

Press

Creating a 3D-effect on images with WebGL (2021) [NO]

Kode24.no interview (2021) [NO]

Digi.no interview (2020) [NO]

Quick chat with jury leader in Craft - tech, Gulltaggen (2017) [NO]

FWA interview (2017)

Awwwards Interview (2014)

Talks

Building Kygo Life through craftsmanship (2016)
Adobe Creative Meet Up

WebGL in 2016 (2016)
Framsia

Building a brand (Kygo Life) (2016)
Norges Kreative Høyskole

JavaScript Animations (2015)
NITH (now Westerdals)

HTML5 og CSS3 sexyness – trends and features (2013)
MakingWeb

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