Gustaf Rosenblad

About me

My name is Gustaf Rosenblad and I’m 17 years old. I’m living in Gothenburg, Sweden and are currently studying at IT- gymnasiet.

I have been programming and designing since I was 8 years old. Programming runs in the family, I’m the third generation programmer.


During the fall, I remade the back-end and front-end service for School meal that has over 1 million users. The iPhone and iPad app also got a well thought out remake.

In June I was, for the second time, traveling to San Fransisco to attend at Apple’s WWDC 2015 as a student scholarship winner.

Before the conference I was interviewed by the Swedish newspaper about my attending at Apple’s WWDC 2015.


Around the month of December I was guest in 99mac’s podcast and talked about my experience with the WWDC conference and summarized the year.

In June I was traveling to San Francisco because I won a Apple’s WWDC 2014 student scholarship. During the WWDC conference I learned a lot about iOS and OS X.

Before the conference I was interviewed by 2 newspapers in Sweden about Apple’s WWDC 2014, and Göteborgs Posten.


Internship at communal Intraservice where I made two Windows Store apps for the county.

Internship and later on work at Hogia where I developed two logistics apps for iOS.

Developed the game ”One ball - Level Editor” which made it possible to create custom levels for the game ”One ball”. You could also publish your custom levels for friends to play.


Developed the iPhone app for

Named the youngest app developer in Sweden by Computer Sweden magazine.

Third in Sogeti’s app contest at Sundsvall24.


Developed the iPhone game One ball together with two classmates. I worked on the programming, one of my friends made the artwork and my other friend designed the levels.


Created a website for my classmates where they could find homework and practice on words.


Born in Gothenburg, Sweden