Larissa Wunderlich unites conceptual thinking and visual implementation. She brings expertise in design, communications, media, tech, and event management.

A graduate of Bauhaus University Weimar, she has worked simultaneously in knowledge transfer and visual communication in academia and as a freelance designer and strategist on various artistic, educational and cultural projects for many years. She focuses on generative design solutions, media in educational and social context, and media art in relation to science and research. Larissa’s interdisciplinary background enables her to view projects from multiple perspectives, and quickly grasp and layout a conceptual framework to build good design on.

Vicomi Onepager

Vicomi offers a visual platform that provides publishers with tools to measure user sentiment and thereby increase engagement.

Design work for Vicomi includes:

  • Webdesign
  • Application design for a customer dashboard
  • Data visualisation
  • Icon design
  • Onepager, executive summaries and pitch decks
  • Office Stationery
  • Illustrations

kint Pianos

Kint Pianos is a boutique piano restoration workshop and antique piano retailer based in Gent, Belgium.

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Agility

Agility is one of the most common terms heard today in many organisations. Is this movement just a farce, or are we really faced with a serious phenomenon?

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Collaboration between startups and mid-sized companies

Collaboration between startups and mid-sized companies holds great potential for the German economy. The study Collaboration between startups and mid-sized companies. Learn. Match. Partner. shows how startups and mid-sized companies can realise this potential, achieve their goals and overcome barriers. An interactive online publication complements the  printed study. The online study runs on the framework Graphite developed by Marcel Hebing and Larissa Wunderlich.

  • Visualisation of qualitative research data
  • Information graphics for key takeaways
  • Overall study layout
  • Interactive online publication running on Graphite including frontend development

Visit study online: impactdistillery.com/graphite/sum

Wahlkompass Digitales

Digital policy was a focal point of the German federal elections in 2017 and continues to rise questions. The Wahlkompass Digitales (digital election compass) creates transparency by opening up the political parties’ positions on these pressing issues. A research team of Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society analysed the election programs of six German parties regarding their views on digital policy including work, education, security and health. The online tool illustrates the initiatives and positions of each party in the aforementioned areas of interest and how their positions differ.

The tool was developed for Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society. It is provided as standalone tool and embedded plugin for sueddeutsche.de.

Including:

  • Conceptual development
  • User interface design
  • Frontend development

Visit the tool: wahlkompass-digitales.de
More info: hiig.de/en/project/wahlkompass-digitales

Zahnärztin Anne Schulz-Lüdeke

The complete branding of a dentist located in Uelzen.

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re:claim autonomy!

A full-day symposium organised by  Rudolf Augstein Stiftung on how to reclaim autonomy in a digitalised world with contributions by Gerhart Baum, Shoshana Zuboff, Martin Schulz, Saskia Sassen, Evgeny Morozov, Jakob Augstein and many more.

Work spans:

  • Design of conference theme
  • Conference website
  • Conference material including name tags, signaging, banners and media graphics

More info: schirrmacher-symposium.de

AOIR Conference

The annual conference of the Association of Internet Research in 2016 took place in Berlin unter the title Internet rules!  AoIR 2016 emphasised the relevance of the internet in today’s culture and politics. 600 researchers from all around the world gathered in Berlin to discuss the latest developments in the field of internet and society research. The conference theme addressed the significance of the codes and rules that frame the internet, as well as their playful circumvention, from technical protocols and popular platforms to the emerging, established, and contested conventions of online communities. A public panel discussion, an opening reception and a conference banquet completed the 4-day conference programme.

Scope of work:

  • Member of international conference committee
  • Heading local event coordination team
  • Design of conference theme
  • Conference material including banner, name tags, posters, coupons, slides, conference bags, signage
  • More info: hiig.de/en/events/aoir-2016-internet-rules

Linettes

A Berlin-based startup offering nail wraps.

  • Logo and Branding
  • Illustrations
  • Product development research