Digital Interfaces

Matthias designs web-based digital interfaces with an editorial approach focused on narrative. With usability in mind, each site is designed to interact with its specific content, rather than blindly following common design patterns.

Webshop for Marke

A brutalist way of presenting the versatile and expressive collections for the fashion brand Marke, designed to leave room for creativity.

Concept, UI / UX Design, 2021
(Web Development: Blicksolutions)


Studio Website for Studio Nectar

Showcasing the artist duo's collaborative and personal body of photographic work exploring the subtle connections and interactions between the human form. 

Concept, Screendesign & Non-Code Development, 2021

Digital SS21 Catalogue for Seidensticker

Introducing the comprehensive Spring/Summer '21 collection from the traditional German shirt brand, covering classic staples to progressive pieces and fabrics.

Concept, Art Direction & Screendesign
(With and for Bel Epok, 2021)

Agency Website for Bel Epok

Relaunching the website of the design and communication specialists for the premium and luxury lifestyle segment.

Concept, Screendesign & Non-Code Development
(With and for Bel Epok, 2021)

Screendesign for Lego Creative Space

Promoting the innovative physical experience pop-up and showcasing the iconic LEGO brick company's special collections: Adidas Superstar, Botanical & Technics.

Content Concept & Screendesign, 2021
(Digital Agency: ADME, Content Agency: TRIBES., PR Agency: Silk Relations,
Project Management: Les Amour, Web Development: Christoph Benderoth)

Screendesign for Hidden Layers Summer School

Facilitating the first summer school of the KITeGG research project, bringing together a diverse group of experts to discuss and learn about artificial intelligence in design.

Concept & Screendesing, 2022
(Web Development: Omid Akbari Kharazi)

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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.