Process is a design studio based in Vienna, specializing in generative and interactive design and working in the fields of branding, web, installation and print. As well as traditional graphic design solutions, Process designs and develops highly specialized software that is used as tools for and by clients.

Email: contact@process.studio
Phone: +43 681 20 450 780 (Monday–Friday, 9am to 5pm)
We’re also on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Behance and LinkedIn.

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Martin Grödl

Participated multiple times in Google’s Summer of Code working on further development of the Processing programming language and was guest artist and researcher for Motion Bank in Frankfurt. He taught courses including Introduction to Programming, Physical Computing with Arduino and Generative Graphic Design for Printmaking at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and tutored courses including Data-modelling, Database systems, Distributed Systems and Semi-structured Data at the Vienna University of Technology.

Martin Grödl holds a Master’s degree from the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art) and a Bachelor’s degree from Vienna University of Technology (Institute for Interactive Media Systems).

His work has been featured in WEAVE magazine, Motion Bank: Starting Points & Aspirations and others.

martin@process.studio
Instagram, Twitter

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Moritz Resl

Worked in New York and Vienna in the fields of interactive audio-visual installation, graphic design and software development for a wide range of clients including The Prodigy, Raiffeisen Bank and The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium in Brussels (in cooperation with the Louvre Museum, Paris). Resl worked at Sagmeister & Walsh in New York City where he designed for clients like Adobe and The Jewish Museum in Manhattan. After returning to Vienna, he continued working on the project ‘Traffic to nowhere’ with Stefan Sagmeister.

Moritz Resl holds a Master’s degree from the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Institute of Fine Arts and Media Art) and a Master’s degree from Vienna University of Technology (Institute of Design and Assessment of Technology).

His work has been featured in numerous design publications like Dezeen, The Type Directors Club Annual, Gizmodo and The New York Times among others.

moritz@process.studio
Instagram, Twitter

Clients and References

We have worked for and with a wide range of clients and studios including cultural institutions, universities, advertising agencies, music labels as well as individual artists and musicians.

  • Adobe
  • Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK Wien)
  • Ars Electronica Future Lab
  • Brainds, Marken und Design GmbH
  • Brunnenpassage
  • Design Museum Holon, Israel
  • The Jewish Museum New York
  • Festspielhaus St. Pölten
  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Austria
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT School of Science
  • Motion Bank (The Forsythe Company)
  • muehlhausmoers, Berlin
  • The Prodigy
  • Processing Foundation (funded by Google)
  • Raiffeisen Bank
  • Reichl und Partner Werbeagentur
  • The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium (with the Louvre Museum)
  • Sagmeister & Walsh
  • SUS Records Brooklyn, NY
  • TÜV Süd
  • University of Applied Arts Vienna (Die Angewandte)
  • Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien)
  • Wienerberger AG
  • Zurich University of the Arts

Press

Geschäftsbericht zwischen Infografik und Abstraktion (German Article) — PAGE Online

Wie kunstvoll und cool sich Wissenschaft auch präsentieren kann (German Article) — PAGE Online

Galaktische Identity, die 777 Arbeiten in Planeten verwandelt (German Article) — PAGE Online

Creative Industries Austria: Process Studio im Porträt (German Article) — The Gap

Studio Portrait: Read about who we are, what we do, where we draw inspiration from (German Article) — PAGE Online

Ist das ein Kunstwerk oder eine Infografik? Generative Artworks im Annual Report — PAGE Online

Raw energy production data gets visualized in a stunning and responsive display — PSFK

Digital Animated Visual Installation in Vienna — FUBIZ

Wie man Energieverbrauch in ein generatives Artwork verwandeln kann — PAGE Online

Traffic to nowhere (Interview Moritz Resl) — Design made in Austria

The Average Font combines hundreds of characters into a single typeface — Dezeen

Our projects have furthermore been recognized and featured on Dezeen, Gizmodo, The New York Times, FastCo. Design, The Fox Is Black, The Verge, Weave, Kottke, Design Milk, SWISS MISS, Design Taxi, BoingBoing and ELLE among others.

Awards

International ARC Awards — 1x Gold, 2x Bronze, New York, 2017

Austrian Sustainability Reporting Award — 1st Place, Vienna, 2017

LACP Worldwide Vision Award — Gold, 2016

Type Directors Club — Certificate of Typographic Excellence, 2015, New York

Webby Award — Cultural Institutions, 2015

Talks

FORWARD Festival
27. April 2018
Vienna, Austria

Designforum Vorarlberg
26. April 2018
Dornbirn, Austria

TAAALKS – Challenging Boundaries
21. April 2018
Munich, Germany

Schnittstelle X
22. November 2017
Department of Visual Communication
University of Art and Design Linz
Linz, Austria

Moving Through Words
30. August 2016
Institute for the Performing Arts and Film
Zurich University of the Arts
Zurich, Switzerland

Publications

Bekannte Unbekannte: Grafikdesign in Österreich (Known Unknowns: Graphic design in Austria), Triest Verlag, ISBN 978-3-03863-003-6

An envelope for arts, sciences, politics and us, SpringerWienNewYork, ISBN 978-3709109892

Type Directors Club Annual 36, Hermann Schmidt Mainz GmbH & Co., ISBN 978-3874398763

WEAVE Magazine, PAGE Verlag, Hamburg

desktop Magazine, Niche Media Pty Ltd, Melbourne

depict Magazine, Glyphic Visual Information Inc, Toronto

Process — Studio for Art and Design OG

Friedmanngasse 42/7B
1160 Vienna, Austria

contact@process.studio
+43 681 20 450 780

Partners:
DI Moritz Resl, BSc MA
Martin Grödl, BSc MA

Commercial Register: FN442327g
Commercial Court Vienna

UID/VAT Number: ATU70246539

Hellobank BNP Paribas Austria AG
IBAN: AT14 1925 0653 1641 6201
BIC: DIRAAT2S

Portrait photography: Michael Ari
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