People

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Prof. Herbert Moser

Director of Studies MD I

Herbert Moser has served as director of the Media Design program since 2001. He built the first art/design course of study at a University of Cooperative Education from the ground up, creating the training and examination plans as well as leading the study program. Herbert Moser studied fine arts, art education, and intermedia design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design. As an artist, he has won numerous prizes, fellowships, and awards; as a media designer, he has designed exhibitions, media projects, and websites to wide acclaim.

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Prof. Dr. Markus Rathgeb

Director of Studies MD II

Markus Rathgeb has served as a lecturer in the department of Media Design since 2001 and has contributed significantly to the design and structure of the program since its inception. Since 2008 he has served as the director of studies for Media Design II. His teaching focuses on graphic design, design methodology, and typography. Rathgeb studied communication design in Wiesbaden and Sydney and holds a PhD from the University of Reading (UK). He has worked for various design offices in Germany. Most recently, he was creative director at Alligator Design in London. His academic work has led to a number of publications, including a 2007 monograph on the work of Otl Aicher published by Phaidon. He writes regularly for international journals such as FORM and Eye Magazine.

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Prof. Dr. Klaus Birk

Director of Studies MD III

Klaus Birk is Head of Department Media Design III and part of the faculty since 2005. He lectures in Interaction Design, Motion Design and Transmedia. His research focuses on digital design methods and the Digital City. Additionally, he advises companies on innovation design strategies. He studied communication design at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule in Kiel and the London College of Communication and holds a PhD from the University of the Arts London. Since 1998, he has worked for several design offices in Germany and the UK, most recently as the design director for Intuity Media Lab. He taught at various Universities such as Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK), UAL London or the School for Design St Gallen (CH). His work has won numerous international awards. He writes for FORM design magazine and is a regular conference speaker on designing digital futures.

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Prof. Mathias Hassenstein

Professor of Media Design

Since 2003 Mathias Hassenstein has been dedicated to the study of media design. His main interest is the conception and design of interactive media: Screen design, interaction concept design, and instructional design are all key aspects of his teaching. The visual perception of human beings and their individual and cultural characteristics represents a major force behind his work. Mathias Hassenstein studied communication design at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule in Kiel and the use of media in education at the University of Rostock.

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Prof. Dr. Holger Lund

Professor of Media Design, Art and Cultural Studies

Holger Lund works as an art and design researcher and as a curator. After deputizing the position of chair of design theory at the University of Pforzheim from 2008 to 2011, he began his duties as professor of media design, applied art, and design studies at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education. Since 2004 he has collaborated with Cornelia Lund to lead the media art platform fluctuating images (Berlin). His research focuses on media art, design research and music visualization. Publications: Audio.Visual – On Visual Music and Related Media (2009), Design der Zukunft (2014), lundaudiovisualwritings (2017), each time together with Cornelia Lund, and The New People. Musik als Seismograph (2014). In addition he runs the music label Global Pop First Wave, dedicated to pop history, especially Turkish pop music of the 1960s and 1970s. Current research projects: Different by Design, together with Cornelia Lund, and Turkish Pop Music Images.

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Prof. Andrea Hennig

Professor of Media Design

Professor Andrea Henning is a trained bookbinder who studied communication design in Mainz with Hans-Peter Willenberg. After finishing her studies, she worked as an art director for luxury brands such as Davidoff, Joop!, Lancaster, Bogner, and Bulgari. From 2001 to 2004, she worked as a creative director for art at the Gregory Welteroth advertising agency in Nuremberg. After completing her doctoral studies in art education (FAU Nuremberg), she conducted research on perception and communication processes as well as on visual aesthetics. In 2007 she was appointed professor of communication design at the Stuttgart Macromedia University for Media and Communication and oversaw she was responsible the departments of game and media design. In 2013 she was appointed to the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education faculty. In addition to teaching, she runs a communications office in Upper Swabia. Her work has won numerous design awards and accolades.

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Martina Baur

Administration Office, Media Design (A-phase)

Martina Baur is a trained industrial clerk and has worked in the administrative office at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since 2009. In 2001, she joined the newly formed department of Media Design and supported Prof. Moser in creating the program of study. She has been involved in all organizational areas from the beginning and serves as the contact person for dual partners, faculty, students, alumni, and prospective students. In addition to general secretarial duties for the program, she is also responsible for the maintenance of central databases, issuing certificates, and planning events, lectures, and field trips.

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Andrea Hecker

Administration Office, Media Design (B-phase)

Andrea Hecker has led the administrative office of the B-phase of the department of Media Design since the beginning of 2012. Her responsibilities include all general degree course matters such as applications, admissions, enrollment, change of program, leave periods, and other logistical issues not directly related to the academic program.

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Johannes Müllerleile

Student Administration, MD

Johannes Müllerleile studied media design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education and was honored for his work with several prizes. He worked as a media designer in an advertising agency and compoleted his occupational training as a specialist in online marketing at the Bundesverband Digitale Wirtschaft and the DDA (Die Dialog Akademie). In March 2012, he returned to his alma mater as a course administrator in the department of Media Design, where he works closely with students, professors, and administrative assistants and supports them in numerous capacities.

Kathrin Allmendinger

Art and Creative Director, Frankfurt

A graduate in communications design, Kathrin Allmendinger studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Saarbrücken (HBKsaar). Since 1998 she has worked both for her own clients as well as for agencies in the fields of digital media and interactive communication; her clients have included Amazon.com in Seattle, Amazon.de in Munich, Ogilvy Interactive Düsseldorf, and Neue Digitale/Razorfish in Frankfurt. Allmendinger lives and works as an art director and creative director for online branding and interface design in Frankfurt am Main. Since 2010, she has advised students as a lecturer in media design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education.

André Apel

Creative Director, EWERK IT GmbH, Leipzig

After training as a media designer for digital and print media at the Guttenberg School, Leipzig, André Apel studied at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig and subsequently at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education. From 2005–2007, he completed the master’s program in scenography at the Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK) and worked for MetaDesign Suisse AG in Zurich. He has taught in the department of Media Design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since 2009.

Jürgen von Bülow

Screenwriter, Stuttgart

Jürgen von Bülow is a young adult book author, screenwriter, director, and teacher of film dramaturgy. Before attending the Munich Film School on a scholarship, he worked as an assistant director at the Staatstheater Stuttgart and as a screenwriter for Felix Huby and Roland Emmerich. He was awarded the German Film Award in silver for his short film REPLAY in 1993 and in the following years wrote screenplays for popular TV series such as Marienhof, Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten, Disney Club, and Tigerentenclub. He is the author of young adult book series Ich bin’s, Nika! and has taught film dramaturgy at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education .

Dr. Christopher Burke

Type Designer, London | Lecturer, University of Reading

Christopher Burke is a typographer, typeface designer and type historian. He worked at Monotype Typography in the UK, before studying for a PhD in Typography & Graphic Communication at the University of Reading, England, where he planned and directed the MA in typeface design. He is author of the seminal book, Paul Renner: The Art of Typography (1998) published by Hyphen Press (London) and Princeton Architectural Press (New York) and has designed various typefaces, among them Pragma ND and FF Celeste. He is currently living in Barcelona (Spain).

Marcus Cornish

Sculptor and Lecturer, UK

Marcus Cornish studied sculpture at the Camberwell School of Art and the Royal College of Art, and has been a member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors since 1993. He received scholarships in India, at the Museum of London, and at a brick factory in Ibstock. He was the official artistic companion of the Prince of Wales during his Eastern European tour and of the British Army in Kosovo. Cornish has worked with the Queen’s Gallery, the Watts Gallery, and the Museum of London, and has won numerous national and international awards. He taught at the Royal Academy of Arts in London and at many other universities in the UK. He has taught painting and sculpture at the Prince’s Drawing School in London for over ten years, and at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education as well since 2013.

Jens Dobbers

Creative Director, Munich

Jens Dobbers studied visual communication and illustration at the University of Applied Sciences Niederrhein and the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg, and has worked for various agencies and design offices in Germany, Switzerland, Dubai, and the United States. He has worked in the fields of motion design and video for TV stations, corporations, offices, and agencies for over 20 years. Since 2002, he has been teaching at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education as well as holding seminars and lectures at universities in Munich.

Romain Finke

Artist, Ravensburg

Romain Finke began his career by training in bookbinding for three years. After studying at the Basel School of Design, he transferred to the University of the Arts in Berlin, where he studied visual communication and art theory. Finke lives and works in Ravensburg and is a member of the Professional Association of Visual Artists (BBK) and the Association of Artists of Baden-Württemberg. In 1992, he received the Culture Prize of the City of Ravensburg and Weingarten. From 1988 to 2006, he was a lecturer at the University of Education Weingarten and has been a lecturer in the department of Media Design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since 2002.

Joachim Fleischer

Artist, Stuttgart

Joachim Fleischer is a practicing artist. In his works and installations, he focuses on light, space, and robotics, and designs art that interacts with buildings; he also serves as a theater and performance art director. He studied sculpture and intermedia design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts and has taught at several colleges since 1990, including a period from 2007 to 2011 as a visiting professor in intermedia design at ABK Stuttgart. He has taken part in many international exhibitions and won numerous awards and scholarships. Since 2011, he has supported independent projects at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education.

Thomas Frenzel

Art Director, Innovation Lab, Milla & Partner, Stuttgart

Thomas Frenzel began his career by training as a media designer and went on to study media design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education. After graduating in 2006 with a degree in media design, he worked as a freelance designer with a focus on multimedia design, interface design, and experimental media design. Since 2009, he has served as art director of the innovation lab at Milla & Partner.

Christoph Frick

Artist, Stuttgart

Christoph Frick studied at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts with Jürgen Brodwolf and received scholarships from the Arts Foundation of Baden-Württemberg in 1991 and the Cité International des Arts, Paris. He lives in Stuttgart and works as an artist, a freelance image editor, and as a lecturer at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education.

Sonja Frick

Creative Director, London & Überlingen

Sonja Frick is a freelance creative director and has taught corporate design, branding, creative typography, and visual design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since 2010. She also supervises undergraduate work in the department of Media Design. After receiving degrees in graphic design at Saint Martin’s School of Art (BA Hons 1st) and the Royal College of Art (MA) in London, she worked as a designer and creative director for major agencies such as Interbrand, Coley Porter Bell, and Lewis Moberly for almost 30 years. She has also taught as a lecturer at the University of the Arts in London. She lives and works in Überlingen and London.

Kristof Georgen

Artist, Stuttgart, Vienna, Ravensburg

Kristof Georgen studied sculpture at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts, focusing on conceptual work, audio installations, installations and public space, and drawing. From 2002 to 2009, he served as a lecturer at the Hochschule für Gestaltung, Schwäbisch Hall and in 2011 began lecturing at the Academy of Fine Arts Saar, Saarbrücken. Since 2011, he has taught at the department of Media Design at Ravensburg. He has received awards and scholarships such as the Academy Award of the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts, the Kunstförderpreis Stuttgarter Bank, and a scholarship to study in New York from the State of Baden-Württemberg. Georgen lives and works in Stuttgart, Vienna, and Ravensburg.

Mark Gläser

CEO, Group.IE, Frankfurt

Mark Gläser studied architecture in Berlin and Darmstadt, and worked in the office of Albert Speer & Partner in Frankfurt for some years. Since 1980, he has been a freelance set designer for theater and opera productions in Berlin, Hannover, Mannheim, and Frankfurt, and has also worked with Hans Neuenfels, Bruno Klimek, and Matthias Hartmann. In 1990 he founded Neue Sentimental Film with his brother. Since 2001, he has produced and directed for Group.IE, his own company. A guest lecturer at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since the early days of the program, he has regularly supervised video projects in the department of Media Design.

Alexander Hanowski

Creative Director Motion Design, Hamburg

Alexander Hanowski is a freelance creative director for video design and spatial productions and has supervised bachelor’s theses in the department of Media Design since 2011. After studying graphic design at the London College of Printing and international stints for Prologue Films, Sehsucht, and Imaginary Forces, and Imagination, among others. Hanowski founded and ran the motion/film/digital arm of Mutabor Design until 2012. His work has won many awards, including prizes from the Cannes Lions and the ADC Germany.

Alex Hefter

Board Member SRF, Zurich

Alex Hefter is creative director and head of design and marketing at Swiss Radio and Television. He has taught media design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since 2003. Hefter studied at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts and worked as a designer for international television stations. From 1996–2004, he was head of corporate design at ZDF. From 1998–2000, he held a guest professorship for media design at FH Mainz. He has written numerous publications and book chapters on cross-media brand management and branding.

Kim Hensler

Co-Owner and Creative Director, Work.id, Villingen

Kim Oliver Hensler studied media design in Cologne and at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education. As co-owner of the agency workID, he heads the new media department, specializing in websites, online marketing, video, and design. Since 2006, he has taught at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education as a freelance lecturer in the area of screen design. His clients include Aston Martin, Decathlon, Allmilmö, Revox, and Continental, and his work has received the following national and international awards: the IF Communication Design Award, the Reddot Design Award, and the FWA Award.

Martin Hesselmeier

Creative Director, DEQUE, Köln

Martin Hesselmeier is the founder and digital creative director at DEQUE in Cologne and has supervised bachelor’s theses at Ravensburg since 2011. Martin Hesselmeier received his degree in communication design at the University of Applied Sciences Mannheim in 2002 and completed a diploma in audiovisual media at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne in 2007. As an artist, he focuses on reactive installations. His work has been shown in many institutions and at international festivals for media art in São Paulo, Moscow, Berlin, Istanbul, Mexico City, and London. His design and interactive works have received numerous international design awards.

Kai Heuser

Creative Director, HEIMAT, Berlin

Kai Heuser is an alumnus of the Media Design program and has worked as a creative director at HEIMAT, Berlin since 2012. He and his team develop integrated and digital campaigns and brand experiences for customers including Hornbach, adidas, and OTTO. Previously, he spent six years working at Jung von Matt/Neckar in Stuttgart as digital creative director for clients including Nike, Bosch, and Bitburger. With a degree in media design, he is a member of the Art Directors Club Germany, and his works have received numerous awards both nationally and internationally.

Michael Kimmerle

Art Director, Stuttgart

Michael Kimmerle works as a freelance art director in Stuttgart and has taught at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education in the areas of book design, editorial, and typography since 2002. He studied graphic design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts. After receiving his diploma, he worked for advertising agencies in Düsseldorf and Stuttgart, as well serving as a university assistant at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts. In 1989, he established the studio ART Direction + Design in the shared architect/animator/designer office space Ostend 106.

Marta Klonowska

Artist, Düsseldorf

Marta Klonowska lives and works as an artist in Düsseldorf. During her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Poland, and later at the Art Academy Düsseldorf, she focused on the use of glass as an artistic material. Her dog sculptures uniquely depict the representation of historical prestige and contemporary representations of power relations. She has served as artist-in-residence at the Cité International des Arts in Paris and the Akerby sculpture park in Sweden. Her work has won numerous awards and has been exhibited internationally.

Bodo Klose

Author, Editor, Director, Presenter, Ravensburg

Bodo Klose studied philosophy and theater studies (MA) in Munich and communications (MA) in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He worked at the Ravensburger publishing group and the communications agency Schindler Parent GmbH. He began working independently as a writer, director, and presenter in 2001. He has taught radio and sound design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education since 2002.

Andreas Koop

Managing Director Designgruppe Koop | Design Researcher and Author, Rückholz

Andreas Koop holds a diploma and MAS in design. Since 1995, he has led an award-winning design studio, Rückholz, in the Allgäu. The studio focuses on design informed by social responsibility and sustainability that is environmentally conscious and value-driven. He also works as a writer and design researcher; his publications include NSCI (Verlag Hermann Schmidt, 2008) and the 2012 book Die Macht der Schrift (Niggli). Since 2006, he has taught as a lecturer in the department of Media Design at Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education.

Marc Lutz

Director and Dramaturge | Lecturer Film Academy, Ludwigsburg

Marc Lutz holds a diploma in advertising film directing from the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg. As the exclusive director for Markenfilm Hamburg, he realized projects for the Baden-Württemberg campaign, Unilever, DaimlerChrysler AG, Volkswagen AG, and UNICEF Germany, among others. Since 2004 he has worked as a freelance director, writer, and dramaturgical consultant for advertising, image, and short film productions. His work has won many international awards, including in Cannes and at the International Advertising Awards in New York. In addition to teaching in Ludwigsburg and Stuttgart, Lutz teaches dramaturgical principles and supports video projects in the department of Media Design at Ravensburg.

Thommy Mallmann

Designer and Illustrator, Königswinter

Thommy Mallmann studied communication design in Wiesbaden. Since 1989, he has worked as a freelance designer and illustrator for major clients in Germany, Switzerland, France, and the United States. He has also taught at the University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden, served as a guest lecturer at the design school Blau in Palma de Mallorca, and is a lecturer at the Copic Academy in Wiesbaden. He has served as a lecturer in the department of Media Design since 2013 and teaches illustration.

Christian Mariacher

Information Designer, Innsbruck

Christian Mariacher has taught information design and typography in the department of Media Design since 2008. He received his bachelor’s degree in fine art from the Metropolitan University, Manchester, and an MA in information design from the University of Reading. After working in Vienna, Bolzano, and Stuttgart, he founded a studio for information and book design in Innsbruck. A member of Design Austria, the Sign Design Society of London, and the Typographic Society Austria, Mariacher has won numerous international awards.

Matthias Müller

Freelance Graphic Designer, grafish Düsseldorf

Matthias Müller runs a studio for graphic design in Düsseldorf. His work focuses on corporate design development, corporate publishing, and the conception and design of digital media. Müller studied media design in Stuttgart and London. Subsequently, he served as art director at Concept AG and Ogilvy Interactive, and as creative director at RTS Rieger Team. Since 2008, he has worked as a lecturer for the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education.

Paul Muzni

Artist and Painter, Edinburgh

Paul Muzni studied at Gray’s School of Fine Art (the art school at Robert Gordon University) in Aberdeen before graduating with a master of fine art from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London in 1998. Muznee taught at the Slade School and at Gray’s School in addition to serving as a lecturer at the Leith Academy Community Centre. Since 2013 he has taught color design in the department of Media Design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education.

Daniel Naegele

Chief Creative Officer Europe, Uniplan, Köln

Daniel Naegele studierte Medien- und Grafikdesign an der DHBW Ravensburg und am London College of Communication. Er war als Designer und Art Director in interdisziplinären Büros wie Jangled Nerves oder KMS BLACKSPACE tätig, zuletzt als Executive Manager Creation bei Sixt. Daniel Naegele beschäftigt sich mit der Aktivierung von Marken in den Disziplinen Kommunikation im Raum, Motion Design und Customer Experience Design. Das Ergebnis sind Marken-Erlebniswelten, Messen und Events, Shops und Showrooms, Ausstellungen, Museen sowie Cross-Over-Aktivitäten für Unternehmen und Organisationen jeder Größe und Branche. Seine Arbeiten erhielten zahlreiche internationale Designpreise.

Tom Piske

Inhaber tp werbeagentur, Freiburg

Tom Piske studierte Mediendesign an der DHBW Ravensburg (damals Berufsakademie Ravensburg) und arbeitete im Anschluss zunächst mehrere Jahre als freier Artdirektor u.a. für Kunden wie Fisherman’s Friend, Aston Martin, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Deutsche Bahn AG oder L’Oréal Deutschland GmbH. Seit 2010 ist er Inhaber der tp werbeagentur in Freiburg und entwickelt mit seinem Team klassische und digitale Lösungen — vorwiegend für Kunden aus dem Bereich Hotellerie & Tourismus. Seit 2005 ist Tom Piske Dozent im Studiengang Mediendesign und hält Vorlesungen zu Webentwicklung und -programmierung.

Heidrun Rathgeb

Artist, Ravensburg and London

Heidrun Rathgeb began her training at the University of Applied Sciences Wiesbaden and the UTS Sydney, where she focused on figurative drawing, zoological illustration, and calligraphy. After studying painting at Byam Shaw (BA Hons) and at the Slade School (MFA) in London, Rathgeb worked as a painter and printmaker at her studios in London and Devon. Her work is regularly shown in various galleries. Rathgeb has lived in Germany since 2001 and worked as a lecturer in the department of Media Design since 2007.

Thomas Sali

Freelance Art Director, Grafik, Motion, Physical Computing, Ludwigsburg

Thomas Sali studied media design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education before receiving a Master in Communication Design at the HTWG in Constance and studying at the International Film School in Cologne. He then worked as a freelance art director and motion designer. In 2011, he founded SPARKART. Since 2012, he has taught the seminar on film and video editing in the department of Media Design. Currently, Sali is studying VFX/animation at the Film Academy Baden-Württemberg in Ludwigsburg.

Christian C. J. Schmachtenberg

Creative Director, MDLab, Munich | Board Member, ADC Germany

Christian C. J. Schmachtenberg studied visual communication, with a focus on communication in space, in Maastricht, Melbourne, and Düsseldorf. Subsequently, he worked on spatial productions for leading agencies. His projects and creative directorships include, among others, stints at Totems | Communication & Architecture and Jung von Matt. From 2011–2013, he held a professorship at the AMD in spatial media design. With MDLab, he is currently planning and designing the Samsung Museum of Innovation in Suwon, Korea. Schmachtenberg is a member of the board of the Art Directors Club and is involved in the area of Research and Teaching.

Jens Schmidt

Creative Director Moccu, Berlin | Board Member ADC Germany

Jens Schmidt is the founder of the digital agency MOCCU in Berlin. Since 2005, he regularly supervises interactive and final examination projects at the Ravensburg University for Cooperative Education. He studied communication design at the Muthesius Hochschule in Kiel and at the Polytechnico di Milano. He is a member of the Art Directors Club Germany and has been vice president of digital media at the ADC since 2010. He has also served on numerous national and international creative prize juries, including at the Cannes Cyber Lions and the D&AD in London.

Moritz Schuchardt

Managing Partner Red Monkeys, Konstanz

Moritz Schuchardt teaches copywriting and concept development in the department of Media Design. Since 1997, the self-confessed brand enthusiast has learned much through his work at J. Walter Thompson, Meiré und Meiré, and Schindler Parent, where he worked as an intern, copywriter, concept specialist, creative director, and department head. He has served as CEO of Red Monkeys GmbH in Constance since 2012.

Dennis Straub

Creative Coder and Director AFKM, Berlin

Dennis Straub studied media design at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education Ravensburg. A partner at AFKM (Agentur fuer Kranke Medien), he has worked as a designer and art director for Hinnerherhart and the Group IE. Since 2008, he has been a lecturer at the Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education, where he teaches screen typography together with Thomas Frenzel.

Friends

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I was amazed by the quality of the discussions about design in society. The students not only learn how to design but to think freely. The young team of professors encourages them to grapple with the complex issues of our time. I see an important future in this school.

Ruedi Baur, Intégral Ruedi Baur, Paris & Zurich


I visited Ravensburg for the first time in September 2011. I was invited to give a lecture for the Mediadesign course at DHBW. As well as thoroughly enjoying my meeting with the staff and students, I immediately fell in love with Ravensburg itself and spent some hours wandering about with my camera. I have many photographic reminders of one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. You are very fortunate to have such a splendid location for your studies. I look forward very much to my next visit; your students work was very interesting and accomplished I would like to be kept in touch with their progress.

Ken Garland, Graphic Designer, Game and Book Author, London


Martin Hesselmeier

My first impression was confirmed quickly. The program at the University of Cooperative Education offers a perfectly balanced combination of theory and practical project work. The result is an extremely interesting hybrid that leads to diverse opportunities. The heterogeneous composition of the teaching teams from academia and industry results in a high transfer of knowledge. I am excited about the opportunity to share and pass on my experience and knowledge with the students and faculty at the University of Cooperative Education.

Martin Hesselmeier, Creative Director, DEQUE, Cologne