academic work, self initiated projects & commercial jobs
Identity Design for the final
graduate exhibition in summer 2014
at the University of
Applied Sciences Augsburg
Smartphone Application and
ocial networking platform for
Illustrations for Berthold Brecht's "Geschichten vom Herrn Keuner", published by
Identity Design and marketing
concept for a give away kit of Hamburg's cult drink
Corporate Design for a commercial partnership of patent attorneys,
lawyers and tax consultants
– More information available soon! –
Team 23 is a design agency focused on digital media including web design, software design, user experiece (UX) and user interface (UI).
Design & Art Direction, Augsburg, Germany
During this period I worked for several clients including design and concept development for small companies and creating websites for private persons. I supported start-ups on a voluntary basis and also worked for charity (F.AU.ST e.V).
Blackspace, Munich, Germany
My tasks mainly involved branding in spatial communication like fairs and exhibition spaces, developing campaign themes and designing print media outcomes.
Blackspace, Munich, Germany
KMS Blackspace develops and design brandexperiences in the disciplines of spatial communication, mostion design and customer experience design. I supported the design team in working for the following clients:
Osram Trade fair stand light&building
Palfinger Communication of lifetime excellence, IAA 2014 tent branding, Virtual Palfinger world, Palcom P7 feature folder
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Leisure centre - new slab wall
BSH Group Neff pitch, CP Museum Traunreut, Siemens tender submissions
Pinakothek Art Galleries Munich Königsklasse catalogue, Immendorff exhibition, Beuys exhibition
International patrons CI guideline, Website revision, Stationery revision
Keller Menz law firm Stationery revision
Design & Art Direction for TriLex, London
During my postgraduate studies I worked as a one-women-show for TriLex, a law firm located in Munich. I was responsible for creating the company’s brand communication including the design of stationary items as well as developing the firm’s website.
This MA course focuses on the role of visual identity within branding, with the aim to produce versatile and creative practitioners who understand design within a business, social and cultural context.
I explored the strategic thinking underlying brands and looked at how that strategy can drive creative expression.
Key aspects of academic learning in this the course
– process of reflection, broad exploration and understanding of the brand
– principles of brand & design literacy and visual grammar
– research methodologies in theory
– strategically plan the development of the Major Project
– collaborative work with external clients
During my undergraduate studies I explored a wide range of creative fields. I appreciate the variety of the media within graphic branding and especially their interacting. Since the second year I focused on Branding and Visual Identity.
Design & Art History
Rhetoric & Presentation Skills
Communication of Body Language
Politics & Current Affairs
Intermediate Oral Communication in English
MOVING TO LONDON
It was a great pleasure to have Verena Bublak with us and we thank her for her excellent contribution. We were pleased that she stayed on as a valuable member of our team as she took up a student trainee position subsequent to her internship. Quite apart from this we would like to wish her all the very best for her continuing career.”
Nina Wiemer (Design Director, Blackspace)
KMS Team, Munich, Germany
KMS Team is a renowned agency for brand strategy, design and communication. This second internship in my career showed me that the branding industry is the right place for me to work in as designer.
Heye & Partner, Munich, Germany
As a high-school student I got the opportunity to get some first insights into the branding and advertising industry during the summer holidays. My wish to study communication design had intensified during that time.
CLIENTS I WORKED FOR
awards & puclications
'Certificate of Typographic Excellence' 2015
Type Directors Club New York (TDC)
'ADC Auszeichnung' 2013
Art Directors Club (ADC)
'ADC Nagel Silber' 2015
Art Directors Club (ADC)
PAGE Magzine – December, 2014 →
designmadeingermany – February, 2016 →
WHO I AM
I am a Graphic Designer focused on Branding.
I like the challenge of thoughtful concepts and how they drive the creative solution.
Strategic thinking and designing within a business, social and cultural context is what makes Branding truly exciting for me. I’m passionate about working multidisciplinary and being part
of a team with people from different creative backgrounds.
Master of Arts
born 1991 in Munich, Germany
currently living in london
no waste of time and energy
challenging the status quo
finding a better way of doing things
knowing what's really important
tactful in dealing with people
confident and solution-oriented
looking one step beyond the current situation
constantly reconsidering own viewpoints
THINGS I HAVE LEARNED
Don’t be a
If you always know what you are doing, you can’t be doing anything original. I learned how to get out of routine ways of thinking and perceiving, forcing myself leave my comfort zone. There is no need to worry in order to discover uncharted ground. Doing something different, original or innovative invariably involves having the courage to take risks. So don’t be a sausage machine producing the same piece of work over and over again.
Quality is better than Quantity. But quality comes out of quantity. The first idea can barely be the best one, as you haven’t produced enough quantity to excerpt the quality. Getting lost on the way and failing with ideas is necessary to finally come up with a successful creative solution. We need to accumulate information first before we can boil them down to an essence. We have to explore before knowing what’s right.
As soon as you stop being tensed up, everything starts running smoothly. The flow comes automatically if you don’t want it too much. Let go and take life with ease.
We are happier if we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
We should constantly challenge our perception and never stop keeping our eyes open for new theories. It’s important to accept that there is no ultimate truth, just different perspectives. We start to open up our thinking as soon as we also look out for contradicting information. Nothing is certain, nothing is consistent but that shouldn’t scare us.
Nobody is right.
SOFTWARE AND TECHNICAL SKILLS
EXPERTISE & SERVICES
communication methods to establish a distinct image, aiming to create a lasting impression in the minds of customers
visual communication including typography and layouting for all kind of print products, e.g. books and magazines
visual communication for digital media including web design, software design, user experiece (UX) and user interface (UI)
Spanning fine art, documentary
and commercial practice and grounded in a technical understanding of the medium
Creating digital visual effects, motion graphics, and compositing application
Interpretation and visual explanation of a text, concept or process, designed for integration
in published media
If you have a question or wish to contact me for any reason just drop me a line! I am always interested in new projects.
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