Tabea Siekermann 北京师范大学珠海分校DFI国际传媒设计课程
Tabea Siekermann教授课程:包装设计、品牌设计

毕业于德国多特蒙德传媒学院。其专注于包装设计及企业形象设计方向,长期以自由设计师身份工作于DESIGNERLEBEN、REDPACK Brand Design、Landor Associates、Peter Schmidt Group、BB&G und Klank Design、 Future Brand (USA)等汉堡及欧洲知名广告、传媒公司。在此期间其服务于众多全球知名品牌,其中包括联合利华 P&G (Discreet, Alldays & Always, Wella, Crest,Oral-B), 卡夫食品, 荷兰皇家Numico集团(Milupa, Aptamil, Neovin), Campell’s Erasco、Hilcona、亨氏Heinz、妮维雅Nivea、Ratiopharm、卫塔卡夫Vitakraft、Krombacher Schweppes、Gmund Paper、德国德累斯顿银行Dresdner Bank、德国商业银行Commerzbank、思乐Schleich、BASF等


Tabea Siekermann, born in 1982, works as teacher for DFI Sino-German Cooperation Programme, at Beijing Normal University Zhuhai (China) since 2013.

Tabea is a freelance designer and art director specialized in packaging design and corporate design.

Since 2012 she is working in the design collective DESIGNERLEBEN, as afreelance designer for various clients and design agencies in Hamburg and around the world.

From 2006 till 2012 Tabea has worked as a brand identity designer for various design agencies such as "REDPACK Brand Design" in Hamburg, "Landor Associates" in Hamburg, "Peter Schmidt Group" in Hamburg, "BB&G und Klank Design" in Hamburg and Future Brand in New York (USA).

Tabea's experiences as a permanent employee for internationallyrenowned design agencies allowed her to work for many clients and brands and to gain experience in many different areas. Clients she worked for are e.g. Procter & Gamble (Discreet, Alldays & Always, Wella, Crest, Oral-B), Kraft Foods (Milka, Jacobs, Philadelphia, Suchard), Numico (Milupa, Aptamil, Neovin), Campell’s Erasco, Hilcona, Heinz, Nivea, Ratiopharm, Vitakraft, Krombacher Schweppes, Gmund Paper, Dresdner Bank, Commerzbank, Schleich, BASF, etc.

In september 2006 she finished her studies with a diploma in Communication & Media Design at the WAM (Werbe- und Medienakademie

Marquardt) in Dortmund (Germany).

For Tabea, design is not only about creating beautiful things, but also to create emotional brand identities with useful function and a strong impact.