Since 2012 I am an independent communication and information designer. I develop design languages (also sometimes called brand identities or corporate design), design systems and design information. My work spans digital user interfaces, print and graphic design in the three dimensional space.

Professional background
I studied visual communication at the University of the Arts in Bern, Switzerland and obtained a Master in Research on the Arts at the Institute of Art History of the University of Bern.
My professional career started at the Frankfurt based company Surface before moving to London to join Nick Bell Design. After this I worked for the Anglo-Swiss cross-media company Jannuzzi Smith, then Zurich based CRR before joining the design agency TGG.
Before setting-up on my I worked as a lead designer / design director among others for clients such as The National Portrait Gallery, The Institution of Structural Engineers, Locarno Film Festival, Künstlerhaus Wien, Stanislavsky Factory, Moscow based property developer Horus and Uster Technologies.
This website shows some selected projects. An extended portfolio is available upon request.

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