about me

My name is Daniel Kaspar, I am an independent designer. I have studied graphic design in the UK and Germany and specialise in visual communication, intelligent design and typography, creative strategies and art direction. For more than fifteen years, I have been working with clients from various sectors, mainly art, culture, education and technology.

As a visiting lecturer, I conducted seminars and workshops about presentation techniques, desktop publishing and typography for postgraduate design students at University of Brighton.

what I do

With enthusiasm, strong sense for aesthetics and attention to detail, I develop innovative concepts for big companies, small start-ups and everything in between.

I have been working with universities, museums, galleries, artists, illustrators and developers to design brand identity systems, logos, exhibitions, books, catalogues, booklets, reports, magazines, posters, invitations, postcards, pattern, maps, record covers and stamps.

My work enables clients to start, fine-tune or innovate communication with their audience. Following a holistic approach, I combine research, know-how and inspiration to transform complex subjects into coherent narratives and bespoke design solutions. The result is functional as well as elegant.

how I can help you

You like what you see? You are planning a project? Let’s work together. I’d love to have a chat with you about your new project and find out what I can do for you.

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