KlasseKartak
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Entrance Exam 2022

Submit your portfolio online Jan 12th – Jan 28th, 12.00 CET. Your portfolio should be in .pdf format 16:9, max. 50 MB and include a motivation letter. Please put a download link in your .pdf in case you have video or audio files you would like to share with us. It is also possible to submit a website. If your work qualifies you, you will be invited to the practical part including an interview taking place Feb 23th – Feb 25th in our class. Have fun!

Alumni Talk: Vilma Pflaum

»From a certain point onward there is no longer any turning back«

Vilma graduated from our university in 2015 with a degree in graphic design. Her published diploma thesis »aufzeichnen« received an award at the “Most Beautiful Books in Austria 2015” and was presented in exhibitions in Europe and Asia. Vilma works as a photographer and writer in Vienna. In addition to free photographic work, her focus is on portraits, fashion and works for clients in art, architecture and design. 

FUCK YOU VERY MUCH. DESIGNERS AS TROUBLEMAKERS.
Our class exhibition FUCK YOU VERY MUCH. DESIGNERS AS TROUBLEMAKERS at the Vienna Design Week 21 features a mixture of static, interactive, audiovisual, and performative projects. Stop by at the opening and fuck you very much!
(𝓸𝓹𝓮𝓷𝓲𝓷𝓰)
Monday 27.09, 18:30 - 22:00 only with registration here
(𝓮𝔁𝓱𝓲𝓫𝓲𝓽𝓲𝓸𝓷)
28.09 - 01.10.2021
University of Applied Arts Vienna
1010 Vienna, Vordere Zollamtstraße 7
Red Dot Award 21: Best of the Best

Already awarded with several prizes Andreas Palfinger's project »A Populist's Guide to Shaping Democracy« won the Red Dot 2021: Best of the Best award. The Red Dot Design Award is one of the biggest design competitions in the world. In three disciplines, participants submit products, communication projects and brands as well as prototypes and concepts.  The Red Dot: Best of the Best is awarded to projects that impress thanks to the excellent quality of their design and their creativity.

Privacy Goes Iconic

In a joint initiative ten interdisciplinary teams, consisting of design and law students, have created icons that are supposed to convey data protection information better than legal texts. The students from Klasse Kartak and the Institute for Innovation and Digitization in Law have tried to bring to life the requirement of meaningful data protection information with icons from the point of view of design, IT and law - Privacy Goes Iconic. In an online voting at Der Standard Rebecca Wenig's and Bemir Bilalic's icons were chosen as the winning designs out of four icon sets by different student teams.