Graphic-Design

Design for SIFA-Skills Initiative for Africa

Leading and facilitating all aspects of communication and design

CLIENT: SIFA – Skills Initiative for Africa, NEPAD-AUDA (African Union Development Agency), KfW

STRATEGY, DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY, TEXT: Sabina von Kessel

MORE ON  SIFA Website

Event Design

for Launch of SIFA’s Funding Window I

The design, especially the photography, was specifically adapted for each event. The photos of young people change according to the local context.

BG_Launch_Kenya Eg. Event design for Nairobi

Eg. Event Design for Addis Ababa

Graphic Design for SIFA’s print material

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Brochure for Ethiopia front
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Brochure for Ethiopia back

Infographics to explain keywords in the application guide for applicants.

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MORE INFORMATION ON  SIFA Website

Communication and Design Strategy for Social Security for Unorganised Workers

CLIENT: GIZ, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit and Department of Labour, Government of Karnataka

CONCEPT, DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY, TEXT: Sabina von Kessel

The communication strategy and campaign was developed over a period of 3 years using communication strategies as C4D and SBCC.

The TV spots can be found here.

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‘What do you see? Design of a communication Strategy to promote positive change for Unorganised Workers in Karnataka, India’. A handbook for the staff.

Handbook for staff  What do you see? 

Construction Worker Welfare Board (CWWB) – Social Security for construction workers and their families

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testing visuals with participants

Brochure and poster designed to support the IPC of the CWWB agents on construction sites and in offices. The small CWWB brochure explains the Construction Workers Welfare Board Insurance Scheme and Social Security Benefits. It uses a visual language, which we designed, tested and redesigned with beneficiaries, who were in the majority illiterate. The brochure fits into the breast pocket of a shirt men in South India usually wear.  The material was printed in English and the local language Kannada.

*Interpersonal Communication

RSBY-Health Insurance Scheme

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Testing each poster in detail with participants led to redesigning.
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Small brochure which fits into the laborers shirt pocket and poster.

A small brochure and a poster visualize the eligible beneficiaries of the health insurance and tell short stories, how to get and how to use the smart card (RSBY).

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The poster visualizes 39 professions, eligible for RSBY, the health insurance scheme.

Brochure and two poster, designed to support the IPC* in the panchayat offices (village municipalities) in rural Karnataka. Brochure and poster explain the RSBY-Health Insurance Scheme for a family of 5 members. A visual language was designed, tested and redesigned with beneficiaries, who were in the majority illiterate. The brochure fits into the breast pocket of a shirt laborers in South India usually wear. All material was printed in the local language Kannada.

Auto rickshaws with posters

In 2014 and 2015 20.000 wall calendars for the panchayats (village councils) were printed with the intention to engage potential beneficiaries with storytelling during their long waiting periods in the municipalities.

Storytelling on calendars for panchayats.

Poster for Lecture Series on Development Aid, Uni Hamburg

CLIENT: Society International Development Hamburg Chapter, 2020

CONCEPT, DESIGN: Sabina von Kessel

PHOTO: IStock

Visual Identity and Series of Poster 

CLIENT: Change Initiative is an NGO by and for African migrants in Hamburg.

CONCEPT, DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY: Sabina von Kessel

The multilingual information posters are designed to support Change Initiative’s work during meetings and events and generate discussions on different topics, as domestic violence, forced marriage, education and circumcision.

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Brand, Identity, Poster, Newsletter

CLIENT: IPAN – India Project for Animals and Nature, Nilgiris

IPAN is an award winning NGO in the Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, India which is known for exceptional engaged work with wild and domestic animals. A line of visual communication was developed and put into use.

 CONCEPT, DESIGN: Sabina von Kessel

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Design for an International Conference on Oral History

CLIENT: Center for Public History, Bangalore, India

CONCEPT, DESIGN, PHOTOGRAPHY: Sabina von Kessel

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