David Jablonski designs experiences

Thesis on sustainable consumption

Visual communication as a tool for change

Based on the current climate crisis, my bachelor thesis explores to what extent visual communication can be used as a tool to foster sustainable consumption and thus provoke social change. Combining scientific research, interviews with experts and my own designs, it attempts to provide possible answers, including three visual drafts for a CO2-pricetag that can be used to label food and other consumption goods. This project covers content production, editorial design as well as the final production of the bound thesis.

Written in Berlin and Vienna in the summer of 2019,
supported by Sigrid Bürstmayr.

All Projects

Thesis on sustainable consumption

Visual communication as a tool for change

Die Presse

A high-quality news experience, the digital way

Zaubergarten

Visuals for magical dance piece

Portrait

Editorial design with character

Gymnasium Klosterneuburg

A collective signature for curious humans

Erasmus Video Diary

Telling the story of an adventure through video

Hala

Game design for playful learning

Erwin

Short film on a projectionist’s greatest love

un_frei

Exhibition design within borders

Ballettstudio Caroline Jablonski

Rebranding while dancing

Mosquitos

New digital wings for an Ultimate Frisbee club

Association of Central European Schools

A digital hub for European international schools

Building Bridges

Utilizing art to bring people together

Fuck perfection!

Letterpress print

Klosterneuburg Hilft

Promoting art workshops for refugees