How do we perceive space? How can communication design deliver value and understanding in spaces?
The two-day workshop with Professor Andreas Uebele, taking place on December 9 and 10 at Goethe-Institut, will evolve around these questions. Under the direction of the communication designer, the participants will engage with space and will learn how to communicate its particularities. The result can be transferred yet again into the virtual space of Facebook and Instagram. The workshop is addressed at design students (second semester and higher) as well as design and communication professionals. Good English skills are expected. The number of participants is limited to 30. Registrations in English will be accepted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org until December 1. Please state your field of work, if applicable your university semester and your phone number.
Andreas Uebele founded the office Uebele for visual communication in 1996. He has been a professor for communication design at Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences since 1998. In 2015, he held scholarship for practitioners at Villa Massimo, Rome.
The workshop is framed within the exhibition Graphic Design and Typography. From December 7 until December 18, the award-winning works of the annual Type Directors Club competition will be presented at Goethe-Institut. The exhibition is directed especially at professionals and students in the working fields of graphic design, advertisement, marketing, communication, multimedia, publishing and education and to everyone else interested in typography and design.