About the Authors
Author and Co-founder
Hailing from an international background in Law, going on to work at a luxury digital agency, Rosalyn Knapp has always strived to marry together the world of academics and the digital arena. And what better way than helping to compile a children’s book about coding? “Why not start them young?”, says Rosalyn with a wry smile.
Currently studying Digital Data Strategy at Hyper Island in Stockholm, Rosalyn hopes to go on helping young children learn to code, and familiarising the next generation with this powerful tool. Rosalyn believes that this is a gateway to aiding and abetting the next generation of coders, and hopes to continue bridging the gap between the academic and the digital as she goes on to pursue an internship in luxury e-commerce.
Author and Creative Director
Lovisa Levin has a background in marketing and design and combines those skills in business projects. For the moment she studies at the digital school Hyper Island and the Digital Data Strategist program in Stockholm. At Hyper Island she has learned to take on every project with a datadriven mindset. “To produce a children’s book about coding seems right in time and the unique solution gave me a new experience in many way since no one of us has created a children book before”, says Lovisa. This summer Lovisa is interning at Spotify at their marketing department at the head office in Stockholm.
Author and Co-founder
Sanna Nilsson has always loved to read and to write, but never thought that she would write a children's book - especially not about coding!
Sanna has a background in PR and journalism focusing on fashion. A change of direction led her to Hyper Island and their Digital Data Strategist program where she learned about everything digital and data driven. This is when she knew she had found her true calling, combining her strategic background with a new, more technical perspective.
This fall Sanna will move to London for her internship period to continue on with a career within the digital data sphere.
Marcus Lindström is the chief graphic designer of the book and thought this project was really exciting to work with since it is about something as vital as teaching children of a young age how to learn HTML. Marcus usually works as visual merchandiser at Imagegroup in Stockholm.