Design PF

Visual Communication


Visual communication is used to design information. From the app to the poster, from the advertising campaign to the trade fair stand, from illustration to writing - it uses a variety of media. It not only conveys pure information, but also always serves as a visual means of expression for a personal or institutional engagement with a topic. 

As a communication designer, one conceives design competently and responsibly - and thus solves the communicative concerns of business, science, culture and civil society.

'An infinitely short moment', animation by Esther Podrasa
'Mave', Eileen Moretto, BA-Thesis
'Of Unity in Diversity - A visual exploration in the spirit of the Esperanto Movement' (transl.) by Tamara Gudlevskis, 2021/22.





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Magazine 'Touching' for the workshop days 2021
‚Verhütung – Frauensache?‘ by Aylin Maus, 2021


Whether your heart beats for graphics, typography, illustration, animation, corporate design, design of books, magazines, posters, websites, game design, exhibition design, film or advertising and text - you can learn all that with us!


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'Ugly Truth. A visual exploration of discrimination through attractiveness' (transl.) by Theresa Vogelbacher, 2021
'User Centered Interface Design' by Teresa Vogelbacher
'Pauselo App' by Kristina Chudzik
‚Steezr‘, App by Jan Albermann, Explainer-Video
Excursion to Luxembourg to the Capital of Culture in Esch



„What will endure in the future are creativity and social competence. That's why we place particular emphasis on a comprehensive education in the Visual Communication program, which ultimately releases students as designer personalities - who are not only professionally competent and realize unseen visualizations, but above all also assume social responsibility.“

Prof. Sebastian Hackelsperger 


Flyer B.A. in Visual Communication (pdf, in German)
'Rediscover Stuttgart - A smorgasbord of almost secret realms' by Adis Ahmetasevic, 2021


Communication designers are generalists - their tasks can be global and transcend language and cultural areas. In addition to specific technical knowledge, openness, general education, presentation skills and language skills are therefore among the prerequisites for succeeding in this profession. If you have these qualities and / or an enthusiasm for quickly familiarizing yourself with a wide variety of topics and lifestyles, the world is open to you, because visual communication is everywhere!


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