The following 0.5 vacancy is available at the weißensee kunsthochschule berlin as of 01.01.2018, initially for a limited period of two years:
project coordination and start-up consulting in design
Remuneration grade 13 TV-L Universities of Berlin –
Code: 01/2018
The DesignFarmBerlin / Design-in-Tech Accelerator is an initiative of the weißensee kunsthochschule berlin, funded by the European Social Fund and the Senate Administration for Economy, Energy and Business.
Field of work: consulting and support for the Designfarm funded innovative start-ups, especially with regard to design and design-in-tech issues including business models and marketing strategies. Further development of the DesignFarmBerlin strategy for our innovative start-ups as well as promoting the DesignFarmBerlin within the international design scene. Establishing cooperative relationships and networks in the interests our start-ups with the special focus on creative industries. Fostering the acquisition of competence on the part of the Designfarm fellows.
The Weissensee school of art and design berlin stands for diversity, inclusion and equal opportunities and that is why we invite people who are willing to actively support these values to apply. Applications of persons with special needs and the same qualifications will be considered first (please attach a corresponding certificate).
Requirements: Applicants must have a degree in Design or Creative Entrepreneurship or a relevant three-year professional experience. Experience in the field of design-in-tech ideally also abroad is desirable. Strong networking and communication skills are expected, especially in social media, as well as excellent ability to cooperate and work in a team. Understanding of the special interests of an art school and business start-ups at the interface between design and technology is required, as well as and the ability to work conceptually with fellows and mentors. Knowledge of the design software Adobe Creative Suite is mandatory. Very good English language skills are expected. Existing networks in Berlin’s creative scene are an advantage.
Applications with all relevant documents are to be sent by mail to the president, Ms. Leonie Baumann, Weissensee kunsthochschule berlin, Bühringstraße 20,13086 Berlin, stating the reference number by 31 January 2018, and digitally as a pdf file to: job. designfarm at kh-berlin. de (max. 5 MB).
We ask for your understanding that documents submitted can only be returned if a sufficiently stamped envelope is enclosed. Otherwise, the documents will be destroyed after a period of three months, taking data protection regulations into account. Digital data will be deleted after completion of the procedure.

We are happy to invite you to our next Meet&Pitch in cooperation with Factory Berlin:

Farmer Yolanda Leask will share her Cloudwool™ vision, Konstantin Laschkow & Laura Krauthausen will introduce their ‚Case Studies‘ venture and Kristin Dolz will share her innovative software tool concept based on ‚Erosive Modeling‘. 


The talks will be accompanied by an exhibition: Yolanda Leask, Cloudwool™ 
Kristin Dolz, Erosive Modeling 
Konstantin Laschkow & Laura Krauthausen, Case Studies
 Babette Wiezorek & Dawei Yang, Additive Addicted Johannes Grune & Oleg Pugachev, OSW Møbel  
Sara Diaz Rodriguez, Hilo   Looking forward to see you there + join us and support the Farm 🙂

https://factoryberlin.com venue: Factory | 1st floor Rheinsberger Straße 76/77 Berlin >>> for more information on current ventures: www.designfarmberlin.com

On March 8th, 2017 DesignFarm and Factory Berlin joined their efforts to showcase some of the forward-thinking start-ups in design-in-tech:

Shortcut – the digital prosthesis
Founders: Lucas Rex, Maximilian Mahal, David Kaltenbach
Shortcut is a digital wristband that translates phantom hand gestures and planar movements into a wireless computer control. It facilitates a quick re-entry into the profession and unrestricted digital  interaction. Shortcut’s mission is to enable „human-machine“ interaction for an affordable price: www.digital-prosthesis.de

Co-creators: Lisa Dannebaum, Francesca Kaes and Rebekka Lauer
C-lab is a software design for the research and management of collections of cultural artifacts. The software provides a virtual workspace that supports interdisciplinary collaboration and allows researchers to engage with collection objects, to organize research processes and to share their knowledge. This concept can be potentially applied to other collaborative environments where management of complex information and visualization play a crucial role.

Finally, we celebrated and experienced the sound of dadamachines from Johannes Lohbihler whose Kickstarter campaign is almost ready for take off: www.dadamachines.com

Workshop with new applicants at Fab Lab Berlin on March 8-9th, 2017

The spring has brought new visions to the DesignFarm community. On March 8-9th we held our second DesignFarm workshop with new applicants, seasoned farmers as well as old and new friends of the farm as Fab Lab Berlin, Dimension Alley, Futteralhaus, Peppermint, Sunride, IXDS, Virturocks and SAP.

Incoming founders could get the first feedback on their concepts, liaise with industry representatives and enjoy the open atmosphere of Fab Lab.

On top of it, the Farm has organized a delicious experience lunch provided by wild&root. May be next time you are the lucky one to share this experience with us.