Bookazine about women in graphic design
INNEN is the Bachelor thesis of graphic designer Laura Pauline Bockel at Münster School of Design. It is dedicated to women in graphic design.
For those who are interested in design, it shouldn’t matter if the work was created by someone female, male or of other gender. Even though equal opportunities officially exist, there is clearly a discrepancy between the larger number of female graduates and their later professional careers. Only about 11% of management positions in graphic design in Germany are occupied by women. This disparity is also reflected in in the area of design history, the participants of design conferences and teachers at universities. Where do the many female graduates go? What experiences, goals and wishes do they have?
INNEN sees itself as a platform that represents female German graphic designers: Women, regardless of their age, who work in management positions, who are self-employed or employees. INNEN showcase their life paths and make their work more visible, and so present creative role models and show which career paths can be taken. It is not only about the “professional success,” but also about personal satisfaction. So that everyone, even those who are not working yet, can be certain to find their place in this very varied professional world.
Editorial, concept and layout: Laura Pauline Bockel
Bachelor thesis, Münster School of Design
Content: 19 female graphic designers presented using interviews, photos, text, biography and a particular exemplary work + data & facts chapter
Print: Druckerei Kettler, Druck & Verlag Kettler GmbH
Volume: 188 pages
Format: 26 × 19cm
Production: Bookazine, Softcover
Edition: 50 (sold out)
Price: 25 Euro