Envisioning future scenarios within logistics and postal services for the year 2040.
Still image of the developed future scenario, delivered as an explanatory video.
Overview of the workshop structure developed for two one-week intensive co-creation workshops held in Cologne, Germany and Sumida, Tokyo, Japan.
Example of game instructions for the "Future Intervention Game", designed after the first workshop phase to further enrich the scenario development and to playfully interfere with current thought patterns.
Finding new ways for making banking more attractive to the generation Y.
App concept prototype of "Help us - Help you", a digital service for idea sharing and community voting.
Mockup of the Poalim Digital branch's display of successfully completed campaigns.
Field research in Ramat Gan, Israel, uncovered key issues among young Israeli citizens in their relationship with their bank, such as a lack of transparency and trust, uncertainty about their financial future, and a general feeling of being overlooked. This led to a reframing of the original project brief..
Process from submission of improvement ideas through the app to campaign development and co-created service solutions.
Content development and alignment across multiple touch points from retail to ecommerce.
Exploring new patterns of democratic knowledge transfer.
App concept prototype of "MyParliament", a digital service for planning customized visits to the Austrian Parliament.
"MyParliament" seamlessly integrates with the rest of the Austrian parliament's regular app.
Rapid prototype of the "Parliament in the Box" service, which provides an important and comprehensive first contact with the Parliament for student groups unable to travel to Vienna, including a digital tour of the Parliament, a democracy card game & a digital community platform.
Project report, including all service concepts developed, as well as articles contributed by each participating partner.
Matthias' creative practice is based on an integrated approach that flexibly combines creative disciplines, methods and ideas. There is no prescribed approach, as each project requires a different iterative process to come to life and successfully fulfill its purpose. Grounded in research and informed by current cultural phenomena, Matthias brings together intuitive ideas and experimentation in a strategic way, working collaboratively to develop creative concepts and implement them in a highly aesthetic manner. His practice ultimately translates into commercial brand identities, publications, digital interfaces, marketing and service strategies, as well as artistic research projects.