Under the name of DasPlankton Berlin-based designer Annika Hamann creates cutting-edge, individual looking user interface designs. With her background in graphic design and illustration she combines the knowledge of corporate identity, illustration and animation with an expertise in usability, interaction and visual design gained during the past six years of working for international clients.
2004 – present
Working as freelance interaction and web designer for clients in Germany and in the US. Projects include websites, Flash web applications, training applications, corporate identity and branding, animation production, and PR collateral and exposition materials for the companies and institutions Berlin State Library, design agencies Molitor and Accenture, Bundesagentur für Arbeit, Electrotank, World of Q, advertising agency Modernista and others. Projects also include sites for musicians and visual artists like Alex Dreyshner, Nancy Newberry and Kati Siedenburg.
2004 – present
Creating independent interactive art projects and web applications
2007 – 2009
Working as UI designer in NYC
Granted US visa for extraordinary abilities in arts
2004 – 2009
Working as freelance interface designer for a NYC-based startup company developing educational software
Degree in communication design, focus on interface design and web illustration / animation
2003 / 2004
Internships at Berlin based design agencies Art+Com and Skop Media
2000 – 2005
Studies of communication design at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam