Conceptual design is a type of art which explores new ideas that may potentially be functional. The concept is more important in the process than straightforward function. It is distinguished from design in general by not necessarily being functional and from conceptual art by closely relating to function.
Web and app development range from simple client-side websites or applications to complex server-side data-driven services. In web development all common web programming languages and content management systems based on state-of-the-art frameworks like django are employed. Agile development and the DRY principle play an important role.
Graphic Design / Visual Design refers to the conveyance of ideas or information through visual material that can either be read or looked at, hence — in part or in whole — relying on vision. It is primarily presented or expressed by using 2D images and commonly includes signs, typography, drawing, illustration, color and electronic resources.
Information architecture is the art and science of organizing and labeling data, such as websites or books. The goal is to structure the content and create curated systems of information rather than visually displaying the data. In a next step, these systems can be used to support usability.
Motion Design sets images in motion through the use of animation or film techniques. The output is video content created with methods of 2D / 3D animation, motion graphics, stop motion and filming.
Package design is the process of planning and fashioning a product's package. Important aspects that have to be taken into account during the design process are size and shape, color, outside appearance, convenience, closure, labeling or the package's effect on the environment.
Product design refers to the process of creating a product that is intended to be sold. It includes activities such as creating the look, deciding on the mechanical architecture or selecting materials of the product. Product design ideally ensures efficient and reliable functionality and adequacy of the product for the targeted consumer group.
Service Design refers to the application of established design processes and skills to the development of services. It seeks to improve the user experience and efficiency of the provided service. The approach involves a multi-disciplinary team who works with stakeholders and end-users throughout the process.