Kilian Moesli is a sports enthusiast and graphic designer from St. Gallen with a range of interests. In his work, he sees the development of the best possible solution within the brief and intelligent approaches to compromises as central challenges. With passion, he has developed conceptual design in the field of corporate design - from editorial design to web design – and always with strong links to typography. This portfolio shows a selection of projects realised in private and educational settings.

Research in focus

Editorial design

03.2016

This book contains old photographic documents from the ETH Zurich. The task was to create a ...

This book contains old photographic documents from the ETH Zurich. The task was to create a visual concept that integrated the text in an exciting way. The layout is designed to reflect the archived structure of the ETH library. More about this project

MONO NEWS

Newspaper «Ferguson Unrest»

10.2015

The project «Mono News» was conceived and designed as part of an educational project. The newspaper ...

The project «Mono News» was conceived and designed as part of an educational project. The newspaper is about the conflict between Michael Brown Jr. and Darren Wilson and the associated protests in Ferguson. The composition of the text and image bring the viewer closer to the chaos of the time. More about this project

OPEN DAY

Complete performance, St. Gallen SfG

09. — 11.2015

The School of Design opened its doors for people of all ages with interest in November, ...

The School of Design opened its doors for people of all ages with interest in November, 2015. The goal was to create and implement a unified design concept. The concept needed to show the School of Design, and its diversity of courses and training opportunities. As part of a pitching process, the work was presented before being selected by a committee. The project was realised in collaboration with Sandra Ploder. More about this project

Final Work

Editorial Design and Content

08. — 11.2015

The theme of my final work was «seeing the world with different senses». It was important ...

The theme of my final work was «seeing the world with different senses». It was important to achieve a clean, simple design with high legibility. This was achieved via a clearly defined structure within a lot of white space. One chapter contained interviews with those impacted. This chapter was highlighted through a break into black pages. The specific jargon is explained in a glossary which is placed within a flap on the cover. On the cover, the book's title was embossed in Braille. More about this project

YOA 2016

Key-Visual

03.2016

The major pharmaceutical companies Bayer and Merck invited young oncologists to the ESMO Congress in Copenhagen. ...

The major pharmaceutical companies Bayer and Merck invited young oncologists to the ESMO Congress in Copenhagen. The objective was to develop a fitting key visual which was easily accessible to the audience. This can be seen in the example of the invitation designed. The key visual was subsequently used for further measures. More about this project

BIZARR

Typedesign and poster

08. — 11.2015

The objective of this educational project was to photographically document the range of exciting illuminated advertisements ...

The objective of this educational project was to photographically document the range of exciting illuminated advertisements and inscriptions of Turin. After the excursion, the texts collected were analysed for expandability and decisions for further processing were made. It was essential to identify the defining characteristic of the selected typeface and create the missing letters. A specimen poster was staged to present the typeface. More about this project

BEBRIDGE AG

Corporate Design

02.2016

As a freelance contract, a new corporate identity was designed for the consulting firm Bebridge AG. ...

As a freelance contract, a new corporate identity was designed for the consulting firm Bebridge AG. The contract included the implementation of the word mark, business cards and a website. More about this project