Caroline Isella | About
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Caroline Isella - portrait

Caroline Isella

started her studies at the Merz Akademie University of Applied Arts Stuttgart and achieved her diploma in Communication Design 2008. From 2008-2011 she studied Electronic Media with focus on Media Design at the Media University Stuttgart. In February 2011 she finished her postgraduate studies and now holds a Master of Arts degree.

Always keen on gaining new practical experiences while studying, she went through internships in graphic design, industrial design, marketing, digital media and advertising and worked as a freelance media and graphic designer. After her studies she started as a Junior Art Director at the B&B. advertising agency in Hanover developing brands and campaigns. At the digital media agency Brandperfection she was working as an Art Director, being mainly responsible for creating concepts and designs for corporate websites and product landing pages. As well she gained some experience abroad while freelancing as Digital Designer at Passion Digital in London.

Now she is working as UX/UI Designer at Daimler Mobility AG.

Type Tasting at the London Design Festival
With her work „Metamorphosis“ she took part in TYPE TASTING at the London Design Festival 2013. TYPE TASTING are words about creative London that have been designed to reflect their meaning. All typographic artworks have been displayed from 14th – 19th September at the Design Studio in the Sackler Centre at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Random Project at the London Design Festival

She took part in the Random Project 2012 at the London Design Festival. The Random Project 2012 is showcasing a collection of designed postcards which are celebrating the spirit of London 2012. The Exhibition took place at Rich Mix in London from 2nd – 19th August. See her postcards on Flickr: „Almost Diamond“  and „London Diamond“

Range Rover Evoque Design Award
In the role of a guest juror, she attended the Range Rover Evoque Design Award, where talented young designers from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, München and Stuttgart presented their campaign ideas for the new product launch.
Lesikon of Visual Communication

She participated in the „Long Night of the Book“ at the Museum der Dinge in Berlin, where she and more than 100 co-authors were reading 12 hours non-stop their amusing, weird, deadpan, random texts for Juli Gudehus‘ design book „The Lesikon of visual communication“.