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‘Relaxed or serious, round or angled?’ Charles E. Osgood’s semantic differential is a type of a rating scale and origins in psychology. It uses bipolar adjectives as a basis of valuation. Based on a selection of relevant adjectives we made a rapid analysis of the visual identity of potential new clients and used the parameters to generate individual visualizations. project

[ April 2015 — Identity / Information Design / Strategy / Text / Brain / Print ]

‘die ungeheure form / the monstrous form’ is a research project, which Moritz started with his diploma thesis. It’s the designation for a form the designer is not able to integrate into his concept of design. The title describes a form which appears to be non-designable. For the designer this form is monstrous. He attempted to fathom the barriers of designability: when is a problem a design problem? For this purpose he developed a 13-step-matrix which sorts design problems in relation to their grade of fuzziness. For every grade he designed a theoretical object. The research will continue on the project website. project

[ June 2012 — Information Design / Research / Text / Brain / Digital / Print / Space ]

‘Republique Sans Papiers’, a state on the water. The refugees who are refused at the borders of Europe live on discarded containerships. This extreme and detailed devised scenario acts as an catalyst for a critical examination of the european refugee policy. project

[ July 2011 — Information Design / Strategy / Brain / Print ]