Design student from Darmstadt, Germany
In the block course Typography IV we were divided into teams of three people each and were assigned topics/terms for which we should design a digital product, among other things; completing each project in a 24-hour timeframe.
Our group had the coordinate 25°N 71°W - the Bermuda Triangle. We designed an interactive map (utilising the ePub format for a fast way to realise it) where the user can click through different levels of information, such as the location and the last known locations of ships, and the overlapping of these levels creates a new level of information.
Created together with Natalie Grebe and Niko Ostojic
The idea behind this 7 inch Vinyl is to explain the control of a turntable to people who have never used one before. The Project was initiated by Rade Matic from the Faculty of Design since we started to have vinyl records in our Library, along with them came a turntable to listen to those records before one would borrow one.
Created together with Paul JürgensBig thanks to Peter Wolff for these beautiful images
Publication with texts by students of the Faculty of Design on the question "What is typography?The question we asked ourselves at the beginning of our studies in the first typography lesson and these texts were created after the first two semesters of typography and form partly answers, partly follow-up questions, as well as content-related confrontations with the topic.
Created together with Paul Jürgens Idea and concept by Rade Matic Printed with love at the faculty of design together with Leonhard Fuchs
This map has been designed as a guide for applicants and freshmen so that on the day of the entrance exam you can explore Mathildenhöhe and be recommended possible places to wait or eat.On the day of the entrance examination, the card was displayed as an A1 poster as well as an A3 card to take with you.
Created together with Paul Jürgens
© Jacob Tegel