Engineering a biohacker brand

Chipster was part of establishing the biohacker movement in Sweden. By implanting RFID and NFC chips in people’s hands, they can replace their keys and keycards. Creating new ways for people to interact with technology. But Chipster wants to be more than that, being the go-to place for everything connected to RFID and NFC. 

In 2018, I was tasked with creating a visual identity and e-commerce site for Chipster. With the branding, I wanted to create a futuristic feel and combine it with the Penrose triangle, symbolizing endless possibilities. I also created abstract, simple, futuristic icons and soft, empathetic fonts to make the future feel welcoming.


The mobile version of the website.


The desktop version of the website.