Interaction Designer, Graphic Design and Visual Communication
Kilian Krug is an Interaction Designer and User Experience Consultant, specializing in system design and information design. His research interests include visual thinking and working with models and prototypes. He attaches great value to teaching methods that are independent of design and technology trends. He seeks to foster competence in interdisciplinary cooperation and “human-centered design”.
Kilian’s personal motivation lies in exploring how things are and how they could be. For him, design means initiating change: through visual translation work, practical research and constructive creativity. He works self-employed and is a member of the project team Plural, which works under the maxim “simple and sophisticated” with clients from very different industries and fields. Kilian‘s work has received numerous awards. He has conducted courses, lectures and workshops at various institutions, including the University of the Arts Berlin, University of Michigan and Central European University Budapest. He was also a member of the iF Award jury for Product Interfaces.