Anton was awarded Forbes under 30 awarded entrepreneur for his work with being founder and CEO of DayCape. He has experience being a experienced entrepreneur in tech social impact and are well awarded for the contribution. With his entrepreneurial experience he is used to self lead any project he's involved. Finding the right person to communicate to is the the key to finding the best solution to any company. He runs the social startup DayCape 4 three years as founder and lead designer. DayCape is an award-winning schedule app that helps children with autism to feel safe with the days activities at home and at school. The app has been praised both for the entrepreneurship and the performance and for its social impact in Forbes, for example, for the design of, among other things, Human Centered Index together with major brands such as Fjällräven. During his work, he has received social investment from Kinnevik’s CSR foundation Reach for Change. Each year, Kinneviks designates between three to five children’s rights heroes of 300 applicants who support Reach for Change for three years. Developing an application for children with autism is a huge design challenge, since the sensitive audience needs almost perfect UX design and broad knowledge in psychology. The application was developed by me with the so-called Human-centered design based on interviews and early prototyping to build deep knowledge about users and design after that.