Susanna Schneider

Susanna Schneider

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Susanna Schneider

Susanna Schneider

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Award-winning graphic designer and masters graduate with distinction from Middlesex University. Was invited to produce special work for its end-of-year show. Received top marks at undergraduate level from one of Germany’s long-established design institutions, Designschule München. Broad and varied freelance experience, delivering high-quality assets for brands across the globe, with work produced for businesses in Hong Kong, London and Munich and advertising campaigns seen worldwide. Currently producing the full-funnel brand delivery for an international corporate outfit in the City, reporting directly into the Communications Director and the CEO. Seeks new and creatively stimulating opportunities in the digital and print space. Enjoys working in both a team environment and taking on independent, self-managed projects.
    RE:CONNECTIONBuilding the visual identity for a young sustainable cosmetic brand producing and selling in London. Their products are of high quality, made from carefully selected organic ingredients. They place the utmost importance at what they allow in their skincare, with their products being strictly non-toxic. Logo design and packaging.
  • Look Book WEAT – Hong Kong
    Look Book WEAT – Hong KongLook Book for a Hong Kong based fashion label called WEAT. Concept and design.
  • SafeChef
    SafeChefLogo and Webdesign for SafeChef, a platform to help keeping a commercial kitchen organised.
  • Materialogy No.2
    Materialogy No.2MA Project Materialogy Website for Sustainable Design As a final step of my master, I created a platform for Designers, introducing new and sustainable materials, which are either compostable or feed into the natural circle in another way. My aim was to give a sense of these materials without the need of actually having them in your hands, because searching for these specific materials and ordering samples can be a time consuming process, designers rarely have capacities for. Therefore I filmed
  • Materialogy No.1
    Materialogy No.1My master's project is all about sustainability, materials and the question how designers could easily design in an environmentally friendly way due to the global waste issues. During my working process, it became apparent to me that one of the reasons, which led us to our current waste problem, is our ignorance and cluelessness. We don‘t know what we are actually consuming. How could we value something appropriately that we have no understanding of? I wanted to shed light on the materials we us
  • Heimwärts
    HeimwärtsFor a hypothetical exhibition "Heimwärts" (homeward) of Chinese Art in the museum "Haus der Kunst" in Munich I drafted the corporate design including logo, business letter and a fitting envelope plus the exhibition catalogue.
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Work history
    Graphic DesignerTratos
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Developing concepts, graphics and layouts for corporate brochures, books, catalogues, invitations, presentations, banners, social media content Organising and designing of exhibitions and stands Photography, videography; Video and photo editing Logo design; Branding; Print and digital assets
    Graphic Design ArtistCity of Munich
    Munich, GermanyFull Time
  • Graphic Design
  • Branding
  • Print Design
  • Logo Design
  • Photoshop
  • Typography
  • Web Design
  • Photography
  • Adobe Create Suite
  • Illustration
    MA Graphic DesignMiddlesex University, London
     - London, United Kingdom
    I finished my Master Degree in Graphic Design with distinction for developing my skills in new territories and innovation.
    BA (Hons) Graphic Communication DesignDesignschule Munich
     - Munich, Germany
    I successfully finished three years of education in Graphic Communication Design with Fashion Design being part of it.
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    Fashion CollectionMunich Tourism Agency
    Won an award for creating a fashion collection for the new business attire of the Munich Tourism Agency.