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Julia Jueckstock

Design, Research and Systems Thinking

The Unseen Majority

Bacteria Takeover

The cycles of bacteria-produced CO2 are not taken into account in current climate change estimation models, what does this mean for our planet?

The Future OS

Microsoft Windows

Design concepts based on existing user paint points and research backed opportunities help to establish a vision for the future of the operating system.

Inactivity Color Story

A Humorous Approach to Color

A color forecasting report that examines a current movement and shares an in-depth collection of images, color references and descriptions.

Hyphae Hues

Pigment Grown By Fungi

A close look at the polluting effects of the textile dyeing industry and the opportunities to collaborate with living system for more sustainable alternatives.

Bacteria Dye

Pigment Producing Microbes

In a response to the water polluting practices of synthetic dyeing in the fashion industry, bacteria dyeing explores a new way.

Starbucks Interface

Espresso Machine

Serving up coffee drinks that satisfy the customer's desire of convenience and the brand promise of quality and consistency.

Eileen Fisher

Second Life Textile

Made from retired clothing, Eileen Fisher's Renew fabric is an opportunity to give textiles a second life.

Mama J's

Cannabis Branding

A new visual identity for an existing brand that promises more flexibility and allows for a more cohesive system overall.

Social Media Week


A beginning to end experience design for the hub of the world wide social media conference, showcasing new social media strategies and ideas. 

Texture Translation

From Mood to Application

Documenting the multi-layered design process of taking a mood to a sketch to a dimensional object to a physical application.

Splitting Soil

Contamination Assessment

A visual assessment of soil health from ten different London boroughs reveals extensive contamination throughout the city.

Shuhari Green Tea

Japanese Cafe

Celebrating Japanese tea traditions through a brand identity brought alive in a small cafe space on Abbot Kinney in Los Angeles.

Algae Bioreactor

Printing with Microalgae

Growing environment influenced patterns by exposing photosensitive microalgae to various, selective lighting conditions.

Waste & Growth

Growing Materials from Waste

Fungi harbor the potential to break down waste and recycle nutrients back into the ecosystem, while also producing a promising biomaterial.

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