3 July 2020
Editorial design with multiple script systems
Script is language. Language is communication and communication is the key to successful intercultural exchange.
Due to globalization and cross-cultural interactions, multilingualism plays an eminent role in the world. Why is it important to work with both Latin and non-Latin script and type? What are the challenges of combining different scripts with varying visual precepts and habits? What are the social premises and technical requirements for multilingual visual communication?
Researching different script systems and analyzing countless samples of contemporary graphic and type design.
In order to get deeper into the topic, we want to visit several international designers based in Berlin who will tell us about their experiences of working with multiple scripts.
Moving on to the topic of multilingual editorial design we will create, design and produce at intercultural publication. The focus does not want to disagree with disparate script systems but can arrange, combine and integrate all content within a clear structural concept.
Ben Wittner is graphic designer, and, alongside Sascha Thoma, co-founder and co-owner of Eps51. The studio develops visual concepts with a strong focus on typography and bilingual design. He has lived and worked in Cairo, London and Brighton and is curren
EUR 750: Schedule: Each course lasts two to three weeks
Between 15th of June and 15th of August
One-Time application fee: 100€
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Fee per course: 750 €
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For 3 courses: 1.990 €
BI and BAU Global students: 600 € per course
Participants per course: 5-18
Application Deadline: May, 1st 2020