is a Kraut graphic design consultant.
My priority is to make my clients look good.
Visual impressions are important.
Throughout my career, I have been at the cutting edge of graphic design and technology. I designed user interfaces for MTV’s first websites and Samsung’s first DVD releases. I also co-founded a monthly print magazine entitled “Flyer,” with a circulation of 100,000. These days I solve User Experience design issues on internet platforms.
As a consultant, I authored designs for the international brands The Limited, Adidas, and Scholastic, among others, along with complementary point-of-sale materials, flyers, record covers, marketing centers, and advertising campaigns.
Once a month I participate in a typography meet-up called “TypeThursdays” at the Type Director’s Club to present typography-related work. I speak German, English, some Japanese, and geek; I also dream in code.
I teach Ux/UI Graphic Design at Pratt Institute and Parsons in New York City.
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