The website of psychologist Cornelia van den Hout, which replaces her previous website, is the product of a close, productive collaboration between me and the client.
While I was dealing with design, colors, logo and typeface, Cornelia van den Hout provided numerous photos and contributed a lot of creative input to the layout.
Navigating the project and its goals together required repeated coordination, sometimes we experimented and discarded, other times we made compromises. The final product is a website we're both quite happy with.
I continue to have a good personal and professional relationship with Cornelia van den Hout, and we regularly embark on new small or medium-sized undertakings.
The 123-Scancenter is a digitization service in Kelkheim im Taunus for slides and old film formats, from VHS to Super 8 to substandard film.
In the spring of 2019, I built the new website for this service provider based on the existing corporate design (logo, color palette, main font).
In an extensive photo session, I collected images in the office and workshop of the 123-Scancenter at the end of 2018, including portraits of the managers. I also revised the texts from the old website for the new website.
The website of project manager and change manager Sebastian Korsch is a minimalist online portfolio, a resume, a web business card.
With a clear structure and plenty of white space that allows the elements to breathe, the site represents Sebastian Korsch, the professional and the individual. The website was created in close, fruitful cooperation with the client and offers everything worth knowing about Korsch in his idiosyncratic writing style.
The portrait photo was taken alongside many other portraits during one afternoon photo session.
After several extensive photo sessions at live gigs by Jazz and Pop artist Nilia Berkin in Montreal, it was time: the old website had to go, the new one was born.
Between 2017 and 2018, I worked closely with Nilia to design the professional look, feel and message of the website while infusing it with her personality. We agreed on the dark red colors, the textures in the background of the page and the simple, business-like fonts while making compromises in some places.
I created the texts for Nilia based on interviews and the information she provided.
This one-pager is an online business card and resume. I created the website in the autumn of 2017 in close collaboration with Matthias Würth, who took a lot of time for our interviews and the collection of source materials.
At the beginning of the project, we had a several-hour portrait photo session in the Squaire building at Frankfurt am Main Airport. Colors and fonts were chosen to match both the photos and the intended professional, stylish website design. I partly wrote and partly edited the texts, and I also designed the world map with Wuerth's work locations.