Markus Kreutzer is a designer and technologist currently based in Mössingen Barcelona Berlin Santiago de Chile Valencia Barcelona Berlin Stuttgart New York City Stuttgart. With a focus on user experiences, software prototypes, data and future products, his work involves disciplines like interaction design, software development, visual design, computational design and speculative design. Recent projects have dealt with machine learning and urban mobility, justice in data-driven business models, experimenting with data and creativity, as well as visualizing digital consumer behavior.
Currently Markus is working self-employed on commercial and personal projects. He has recently collaborated on work for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Parsons School of Design.
Previously he worked on future mobility concepts at the moovel Lab (subsidiary Daimler AG) in Stuttgart, on data physicalizations at the design studio Domestic Data Streamers in Barcelona and studied at the HTW Berlin, UPA Santiago de Chile and EASD Valencia. He enjoys naps, exploring places, walks and music.
B.A Communication Design
2013 - 2017
Freelance Computational Designer
New York City, US
(subsidiary Daimler AG)
Interaction Designer & Technologist
2017 - 2018
Domestic Data Streamers
Intern (Interaction Design & Front-End Development)
Designer & Technologist
2015 - present
Sehen und Ernten e.V.
Designer & Member
2014 - 2015
Intern (Editorial Design)
Node, p5, D3, JQuery, React, Barba, Involt, Electron, Processing, Arduino, Kirby
Sketch, Affinity, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro
German (Native), English (Fluent), Spanish (Fluent)
Richard The, Joey Lee, Thibault Durand, Benedikt Groß, Sveta Goldstein, Bernardo Aviles-Busch, Carlos Roig, Anna König, Moritz Phleps, Channin Scholten, Felipe Weason
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Parsons School of Design, CosmoCaixa Museum, Generalitat Valenciana
TheGreenEyl, Domestic Data Streamers, Estudi Canó, Meso
moovel, BuzzFeed, Vice, elBulliLab, Daimler AG, Absolut, La Caixa
Beat the traffic:
featured on Arte FR, daimler.com
Open data cam:
featured on Prosthetic Knowledge, Creative Applications
featured on Brutalist websites
featured on El País, La Vanguardia, El Periódico, El Nacional.cat
featured on Design Made in Germany