Webdesign, UX Design
Client: Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts
In 2020, with the change of management, a redesign was due, which was taken over by our office. There was a desire to establish a connection within the design to classic, valuable journalism researched with time. At the same time, a stronger opening to transmedia forms of narration was to be considered in the design.
In the conception of the website, we decided that the start page, based on an online magazine, should present itself with diverse content rather than with generous motifs, in order to directly generate a distinction from a pure exhibition format.
When the first posters were printed, the festival was initially cancelled in its originally planned form–due to the Corona pandemic–and then developed into a digital festival.
Ten different themes were presented on platforms such as lumix-festival.de, Instagram and Facebook over ten festival days from June 19 to 28, 2020. The 80 multimedia and photo projects were shown digitally in their entirety and the journalists were also presented on the platform. There were live talks, portfolio reviews, a daily podcast, a mobile roadshow in the city and much more.