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Naemi Reymann and water (photo by Norbert Heylf)

Naemi Reymann communication..interfaces..culture I English

I live and work as a freelance communication designer in Duesseldorf, the capital of North Rhine-Westfalia/Germany. My services are consultancy and graphic design (including sustainable products and services) and topics related to water.

My services are:

Since 2013 I work as juror (e.g. film festivals of BDFA Bundesverband Deutscher Filmautoren and Underwater Photo Global Championship (World Shoot Out) at Boot Duesseldorf 2016/2017). Do you want to see examples of my work? Portfolio or Download herePDF Icon für Download (eng. version)

Water is life

In 2000 I started scuba diving (CMAS **) with a strong interest in marine biology and underwater archaeology (NAS-II certificate at Nautical Archaeology Society Portsmouth/UK in 2011) and since 2014 I am a multiplier for special course Denkmalgerechtes Tauchen (introductory course underwater archaeology) at VDST (German Underwater Federation) and KUWA and since 2016 multiplier at CMAS »Underwater Cultural Heritage Discovery Course« and I assist to UW-Archäologie I (Underwater-Archaeology I)-Course) at TSV NRW.

Blog eauemi eauemi – my weblog about water themes (german). Blog emieco

emieco – my weblog about eco & design themes (german).

Another website is, or follow me on twitter or my film vimeo channel!

Networking – working together
Multidisciplinary backgrounds and also teams are often stronger and more flexible than a big agency. Working individually or in teams – depending on the project – together with specialists from media, photography, communication, advertising, art, culture, and environment.

My networks and memberships

Languages: German, English, French, Dutch & Latin

E-Mail: naemi @

I hold a a diploma in communication design from Braunschweig University of Art (HBK) with an interactive CD-rom game about laughing (realised at Institut für Medinforschung – Institute of Media Research (IMF). Please take a look at my website

For ten years I worked as Art Director for different multimedia and design agencies (e.g. culture festival »Ruhrtriennale«), and continuing vocational education and training in the skilled crafts (e-learning). For nine years I colaborated for the business community (as moderator and blogger). From 2002 to 2004 I was regional leader at a digital media business network for woman. Since 2009 I am working as a freelance designer.

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Publications, exhibitions, presentations (selection)

Top Ten »Top Ten Meeresmüll (marine litter)«:
Vitrine exhibition at »Boot Duesseldorf« Boat Show and Watersport Exhibition 2017 about marine litter with my finds from Duesseldorf Rhine – presentation at VDST stand.

PSFJ Poster NReymann

Awards, exhibitions (selection)

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In 2009 I signed the Charter for Sustainable Design by the Alliance of German Designers (AGD)

1. Responsibility
Designers to a large extent share responsibility for how our world is shaped. Design moulds and serves as an example: it creates a new consciousness. Design consumes resources to a greater or lesser extent. Design has to do justice to the sustainable management of natural resources, the environment and people who ought to be able to live in this world for generations to come.

2. Sustainable design is a process
We see sustainable design as a process. The emphasis is not on producing a fully sustainable product, but rather on gradually improving existing products and processes.

3. The dimensions of sustainable design
Sustainable design:

4. Together with clients
With their clients, the signatories strive to develop individual and sustainable concepts for design, production and use. Advice given to clients is an important building block in realising sustainable design.

5. Socially sustainable
Sustainable design takes into account the working and living conditions of people involved in the production process, conserves the living environment of people and animals, and supports socially acceptable wages and working conditions. The objective of sustainable design is also to avoid exploitative child labour and dangerous working conditions.

6. Signatories to the Charter undertake to:

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