Daniel Meier is a thirty year old freelance interior designer from Munich (1). He has a website and mostly works from home (2). His customer base is very perfectionistic and often has special requirements for Daniel (3). Sometimes they only want him to decorate an efficient and modern office for them, sometimes clients want him to design a theme based hobby room (4). To serve his clients, Daniel has to be very creative and often reiterates his work after getting feedback from his clients (5). For this they communicate mostly via email (6). When his clients are close or pay an extra fee, Daniel also visits them at the location of interest (the client’s home, office …) (7). Daniel encounters problems when collaborating with the client, though (8). Remote work is even a bit easier because he can share his computer screen to the client to show the program he works with (9). As such tools are very expensive and sometimes not well developed, he sometimes chooses to work with pen and paper (10). When visiting the client, Daniel often feels like the collaboration is holding the work back (11). He has to involve the client into the tool he uses but this is very difficult (12). Also, when providing the client with a picture of a design idea, the client can only see a static picture instead of the actual 360-view (13). This often leads to problems and misunderstandings (14). Daniel wishes he had a tool which allows easier sharing for all involved people (15). Also he wants to have a cheaper tool which comes without bugs but with realism (16).