Asenkerschbaumer Visuelle Kommunikation

is a Berlin-based design studio specialized in corporate design, editorial design and exhibition design. It is run by Susanne Asenkerschbaumer. Within a network that has grown over the years, she works individually or in teams with editors, designers, photographers, curators, architects, programmers and media planners, depending on the project. Her clients include self-employed people from a wide range of professions, artists, companies, public institutions and associations as well as agencies and publishing houses.


Corporate Design

Are you looking for a freelancer on a project-by-project basis who can quickly find his way into existing structures? Someone who delivers 100% quality, shows 100% commitment and is 100% reliable regardless of stress level and time pressure? Who is fun to work with at the same time? In the course of my self-employment I have worked for various agencies and brands. I see myself as a service provider who is committed both to you as the client and to your customers, with the aim of getting the most out of your project anytime.

Range of services: Development of corporate identities, brand identities, typography and colour concepts, any design within corporate design guidelines such as posters, infographics or websites, event photography


Editorial Design

Editorial design is a field within my work that is particularly close to my heart. I love photos that tell stories, illustrations that capture the essence of a subject, relevant content, the rhythm of big and small, loud and quiet, full and empty. In the last 20 years I have developed and realised a multitude of publications. In addition to a broad range of experience, this has resulted in a network of excellent photographers, illustrators and editors whose expertise can be brought in depending on the project.

Range of services: Development of design grids, typography and colour systems, realisation of employee newspapers, magazines, annual reports, brochures and annual programmes, supervision of digitisation processes in the field of corporate publishing


Exhibition Design

There are two essential aspects when designing exhibitions. Firstly, like no other discipline, it is always the content that forms the basis for any kind of creative consideration. If an exhibition wants to convince both visually and in terms of content, all design elements should be developed on this base. Secondly, design in space is always a team effort. The better the communication within the team, the more convincing the result. At the end of a design process, which usually takes several years, there is a spatial and creative translation of content in space.

Range of services: Development of design grids, typography and colour systems in space, design of exhibition graphics and media, orientation systems, museum guides and exhibition catalogues


Each customer and each project are unique. Asenkerschbaumer Visuelle Kommunikation develops individual solutions based on sustainable content. At the beginning of every design process it is important to find out: What are the essential qualities of the project, which creative elements express this and above all: What is important to you as a customer? It is a creative dialogue at eye level that leads to the very best results.

Susanne Asenkerschbaumer

Graphic design and photography have excited Susanne since she laid out the first school newspaper with Corel Draw and QuarkXPress at the age of 15. As a result, the Passau-born designer studied visual communication at the Berlin University of the Arts and the California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles. With her degree in exhibition design in 2009, she went into business for herself.

Her work led to Asenkerschbaumer Visuelle Kommunikation, a flexible design studio with a network of specialists from a wide variety of disciplines, working in different team constellations depending on the project. At the same time, Susanne works as a senior designer and photographer for agencies and publishing houses on a project-by-project basis, in the past e.g. for C3 Creative Code and Content, Ketchum Pleon and Gruner&Jahr Corporate Editors.

Clients and agencies, Susanne has been working for
Audi, Barmer GEK, Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst, BCG Digital Ventures, Bertron Schwarz Frey, Bombardier Transportation, C3 Creative Code and Content, Deutsche Bahn, DZ Bank, Gruner&Jahr Corporate Editors, Jung von Matt, Ketchum Pleon, Metadesign, PEIX Healthcare Communication, SAP, Siemens, Siemens Healthcare, SPIEGEL TV, SPIEGEL Verlag, Südwestdeutsche Stromhandels GmbH, Swisscom, Torben, Lucie und die gelbe Gefahr, Union Investment, Verband kommunaler Unternehmen (VKU), Verlag Der Tagesspiegel, VKU Verlag

»It’s the team that wins
Susanne Asenkerschbaumer, Dipl.-Designerin



Asenkerschbaumer Visuelle Kommunikation
Joachim-Friedrich-Str. 41
Seitenflügel, 3. Etage
10711 Berlin


Susanne Asenkerschbaumer
+49 30 20 31 88 20
+49 176 24 14 73 42