• Nils Hager

    Nils Hager

    Editorial Design

  • Felix Prisco

    Felix Prisco

    Editorial Design

  • Marie Combes

    Marie Combes

    Corporate Identity

  • Sihavann Yong

    Sihavann Yong

    Editorial Design

  • D. Bastian


  • Corporate Identity

    Corporate Identity

  • Sofia Castelli

    Sofia Castelli

    Corporate Identity

  • Vanessa Scholz

    Vanessa Scholz

    Editorial Design

Communication Design

Editorial and Advertising Design, Ads and Corporate Identity

The career opportunities within this former “Graphics Art” field have drastically developed and grown over the course of digitalization. Communication designers transfer complex content into visual communication that is understood. They work in the areas of traditional print media as well as new, dynamic media and online communication. They develop concepts and designs for editorials, posters and ads, books, packaging, advertising, corporate communications, and films or animations.

For many years, even so-called graphic designers with limited specialized knowledge could be successful in this field. Today, multimedia communications require a much more wide-reaching, comprehensive foundation of study – and this will continue into the future, too. Communication designers nowadays not only have creative minds and good noses, they are also border-crossers and sometimes even psychologists. A passion for design as well as pleasure in interdisciplinary work and the famous “thinking outside the box” are all important requirements.