Hej!
I am Amelie,
an Interaction Designer,
data fox and
passionate emotionalist
currently living and studying
in Potsdam, Germany.

Textile Data

Textile Data – data visualization | Project Image
  • data visualization
  • physicalization
  • exhibition
  • textile

Textile Data is a real–life data object that visualizes data sets of future climate scenarios for the whole world, called Shared Socio-economic Pathways (SSP), provided by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research as tapestry.

Textile Data – data visualization: whole carpet Textile Data – data visualization: whole carpet

On a ~2m² sized textile it shows eight data sets from five SSPs of the decades 2010 to 2100: population, global temperature mean, Gross Domestic Product, land cover, emission of CO2, consumption and primary energy.

A mirror axis in the center of the textile defines the origin of visualization. It cuts the categories without (top) and with (bottom) climate protection efforts in half to indicate incisive differences from a point of view.

Textile Data – data visualization: whole carpet

This project was developed by Samira Akhavan, Anna Heib and me within the course Data Objects by Prof. Boris Müller at FH Potsdam.

A more detailed documentation can be found on Incom.

The Type Writer

The Type Writer – a magazine between poetry and typography | Project Image
  • conception
  • content creation
  • storytelling
  • kickstarter

The Type Writera magazine between poetry and typography is an independent magazine brought to life by a group of students within my study. It explores the mystic tension between poetry and typography by presenting diverse opinions from various contributors.

My task areas ranged from conception to content creation to marketing via kickstarter. Alltogether we built a team from people with various talents that has worked together well.

A very inspiring part of the process was my interview with Amnon Owed, who is a Computational Designer and currently developing a program for Processing that generates beautiful glitch art. The interview fills over five double pages.

The first issue of the magazine has been released on the 14th of July and is available on typewritermag.com. There's more to come!

The magazine was developed within the course What a wonderful word by Prof. Sven Völker at FH Potsdam.

LDVC

LDVC – Ribbeck neu erfahren | Project Image
  • webdesign & development
  • user experience
  • freelance

Students from Leonardo da Vinci Campus Nauen tell stories about old professions from old residents from Ribbeck as comics. Those are displayed on a fully responsive website.

Ribbeck neu erfahren – webdevelopment
Ribbeck neu erfahren – webdevelopment

The website takes up the story of Mr. von Ribbeck, which Theodor Fontane describes in the correspondent book. The traditional pear tree can not be missing! The layout is very playful due to the grafical content.

Visit the website!

Omas Rezeptbuch

Omas Rezeptbuch, Grandmothers Recipes | Project Image
  • photography
  • book design & binding
  • typography

Life story and cuisine of my grandmother is perpetuated in Omas Rezeptbuch. The self–bound book tells the story of expulsion from home and arrival in different conditions. It shows the environment through pictures and clears the present: “The world has been much better in former times.“

For the project I also created a photo series, in which I tried to capture the charisma and the character of my grandmother's home. This is a selection of it.

Zellner Optik

Zellner Optik – Webdesign | Project Image
  • webdesign & development
  • content management
  • wordpress
  • user experience
  • freelance

Zellner Optik sells glasses, contact lenses and far more to regular customers in and near Donauwörth, Germany. The website delivers insight into space, humans and range of the company.

Ribbeck neu erfahren – webdevelopment
Ribbeck neu erfahren – webdevelopment

In dependence on the color and atmosphere of the optician's rooms, I designed an easy–to–configure modern wordpress website, which is in no way inferior to the regional competition.

Visit the website!

Feet Tracking

Feet Tracking Shoes | Project Image
  • arduino
  • physical computing
  • soldering

The Feet Tracking shoes visualize visitor activity on the website of the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences. People leave traces, whether in real life or in the virtual world of the Internet. To make these visible, the shoes run forward at high traffic and backward when the traffic gets less.

Feet Tracking – physical computing, arduino

Tinkering the whole day – isn't it an adult's dream? Although I was sitting in the university's interface lab 24/7, I realized how much fun it is to actually build physical things that interact with the world. This is another generalistic knowledge I gained to have the ability to look at upcoming projects from different views.

This project was developed within the course Input. Output. by Prof. Monika Hoinkis and Fabian Móron Zirfas.

Imprint

Amelie Kirchmeyer
Nansenstraße 23
14471 Potsdam
Germany

Mail: hej (at) ameliekirchmeyer.de
Web: www.ameliekirchmeyer.de

Copyright

All images and the projects presented on them are the sole intellectual property of Amelie Kirchmeyer. Any use of any content is permitted only with the written consent of Amelie Kirchmeyer. Responsible for the contents of linked websites are their respective operators. A liability obligation would only come into force in the case in which Amelie Kirchmeyer is aware of the contents and it would be technically possible and reasonable for her to prevent the use in the case of unlawful contents.