Hi, my name is Theresa. So glad the World Wide Web brought you here. © 2015 – 2020/21
In 2021 I completed my master degree at the Design Institute of Die Angewandte – University of Applied Arts (Vienna, AUT) after graduating from KABK – Royal Academy of Art (The Hague, NL) and working somewhere special in London, UK. Although I do consider myself a designer, it turns out that I am a headliner too. At this moment you can find me typing at Jung von Matt / Donau as a creative copywriter in Vienna, Austria. I rant a lot but am amicable with most minds.
Meinung Austeilen (Delivering Discourse)
– in Zusammenarbeit mit Margaretner Jugendlichen
master diploma at University of Applied Arts Vienna, AUT
In Vienna's social housing areas, generations collide. Social workers help the youth find their way into society, but when the pandemic hit, they lost contact. To promote their service, we hijacked another service: Pizza delivery. In 13 workshops, over 50 teenagers designed pizza boxes with everything, that was on their mind. Local pizza places delivered boxes to 6.000 households in Vienna.
"It is important to let the young people have their say and give them to show alternative ways of expressing their opinions and attitudes (in a positive way). In the BOS5 project - distributing opinion, this is done through means of art and culture. So can many of our target groups find a low-threshold access to art and culture and completely be part of an art project at the same time - for some it will be the first time. " - Laura Einiö-Wunderer, head of Back on Stage 5, 2020
Supervisor: Univ-Prof. Matthias Spaetgens
Bos5: Laura, Apollonia, Lea, Clemens and Kemal
Participants: Aet (15), Albet (14), Ali (23), Aliz (14), Alnizio (14), Alyssa (13), Antonio (13), Arton (19), Baran (19), Belal (14), Edon (17), Elisa (20), Emil (14), Enkaba (19), Firaz (13), Flo (23), Gaia (13), Gülcan (20), Hakan (20), Helin (13), Ibo (18), Igor (13), Ivana (17), Lina (13), Lois (12), Luis (14), Mahmoud (20), Malika (13), Mankaran (13), Meli (20), Melisa (19), Norinira (14), Ortsi (20), Rado (22), Rafael (14), Rania (13), Rinesa (13), Safa (13), Seta (13), Starzzy (19), Tijana Cox (22), Vanesa (13) and Vuk (13)
Designer-Help: Auke, Carmen, Clara, Colin, Khaled, Lewin, Nina, Oli & Ash, Pien, Rebecca, Selina, Yana and Zahari
Supported by: Stadt Wien, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Wirtschaftsagentur Wien, Ö1 "Reperatur der Zukunft", and many more.
Fighting the harmful content – PhotoDNA vs. child pornography
concept + design, fictive project
Microsoft began sharing the first release of PhotoDNA as an on-premise technology in 2009. Since then, this technology has helped curb the exploitation of children around the world by detecting millions of illegal images for reporting to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and other appropriate authorities. The operation generates a description of an image in human readable language with complete sentences.
I am still learning so sometimes I get things wrong is an experiment (publication) feeding CaptionBot with curated content of @uglydesign (Instagram, favourite account). @Uglydesign collects weird and questionable images or objects, all up-to-then over 400 images were used and analyzed. It is interesting how CaptionBot talks, "it" is still learning so sometimes it get things wrong - just like a child. By feeding CaptionBot this experiment helped improving the programs accuracy and therefore fighting against harmful content of the internet.
Lemonaid = Rolemodel
1st place Young Lions Print CCA, Cannes
Lemonaid makes lemonade the way it should be. From fresh juice, organic cultivation and fair trade. By taking a good look at the Lemonaid bottle, it is easy to draw attention to the role model function of the brand. We developed a print campaign that suits Leomonaids core values in a strong yet subtle way. with Leo-Constantin Scheichenost, 1st price at Cannes Young Lions Find more infos here.
with Leo-Constantin Scheichenost,
1st price at Cannes Young Lions
Find more infos here
You see me
Campaign/Concept, realized by Sholz & Friends
Kirchentag is a lay organization of Protestant believers in Germany. The motto of the Kirchentag 2017 "You see me" should be translated visually and in terms of content. A fan on the Internet writes: "The whole city is paved with commercial advertising, everywhere hang the orange posters around, for months, I was on the organizers in biting colors on the fact that the Protestant churches in Germany now celebrate 500 years Luther." - Willhelm Ahrendt
Concept: Leo Constantin Scheichenost, Theresa Scherrer
Supervision: Matthias Spaetgens
Implementation by Sholz and Friends Berlin
Ultraclub – Non Profit Advertising Agency
founded by students of the Royal Academy of Art
Ultimately the aim is to manifest a different economy: a transaction which does not rely on money, but other intangible values. The Ultraclub is a non-profit advertising agency that has set itself the goal of generating renewed interest in Boekhorststraat in The Hague. The first project of the Ultraclub is the BoekhorstKrant, a publication about the shops of the Boekhorststraat made in close collaboration with 42 of its retailers. In addition to its independent publicity function, this newspaper has also opened the conversation between the retailers and the Ultraclub, from which a series of new projects have emerged that help the retailers or the environment in a concrete way through graphic design. visit: https://ultraclub.netlify.app
Team: Rebecca Rui, Toni Brell, Asya Sukhorukova, Niels Van der Donk, Josephine van Schendel, Theresa Scherrer
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