Why my colleagues call me fastidious and still enjoy working with me.

About

It is not only achieving success but also the collaboration with colleagues and partners which fulfills me at work.

In the world of marketing, the customer is the primary focus. I like to put myself in the shoes of the target group and combine trends with consumer behaviour and create a strong message.

I find the balance of ideas and realisation, in conjunction with the topic, the timeline and budget a really exciting challenge. From the mood board, searching for photographers or models, to putting my own touches on the layout. I like to get involved and ensure that a 360 degree thinking for each medium has been applied.

This can lead to my being labelled as the “brand police”, but due to my charm aswell as my ability to deliver at work, I earn the trust of my supervisors, colleagues and partners consistently.

Skills

360 Degree Campaign Thinking - 9 years experience
95%
UX and Customer Journey - 7 years experience
90%
Photoshop - 11 years experience
90%
Indesign - 11 years experience
90%
Illustrator - 11 years experience
80%

Work

Oct. 20 – present, Läderach AG

Graphic Designer

May 19 – Sep. 21, BUND

Exhibition Designer

Sep. 17 – Apr. 19, Akris Prêt-à-Porter AG

Art Director

Nov. 15 – Aug. 17, Holy Fashion Group

Communication Designer

Mar. 14 – Jun. 15, Hermann-Hesse-Museum Höri

Exhibition Designer

Feb. 12 – Feb. 14, Dorothee Schumacher GmbH

Freelancer

Education

Oct. 13 – Jul. 15,  HTWG Konstanz

University of Applied Sciences, Visual Communication, M.A.

Mar. 10 – Sep. 13, HS Mannheim

University of Applied Sciences, Visual Communication, B.A.

Sep. 08 – Feb. 10, Academy of Fine Arts, Mannheim

Finished after 4th Semester

Aug. 02 – Jul. 03, Berufsbildende Schule 1, Mainz

Qualification to study at a university of applied sciences

Sep. 99 – Jul. 02, Vocational School for Fashion, Mannheim

Federally Recognized Fashion Designer

Aug. 1993 – Jun. 99, Karmeliter-Realschule, Worms

Secondary School Certificate

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