Intelligent information graphic design & typography
Richard Wolfströme is an award-winning creative, with over 22 years’ experience. Interested in furthering information graphic design and typography by continually challenging the technical and creative disciplines, his primary strength lies in determining how to communicate information optimally across different media – from print (corporate identity/brand, books, brochures) to screen (websites, interactive CD-, DVD-Rom), to wayfinding where he determines how communities and visitors engage with a place through signage, embedded artworks and typographic narratives.
He’s a Board Director of the International Society of Typographic Designers and a Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce). He also sits on the steering committee for the South Coast Design Forum (Brighton).
A favourite testimonial: “Graphic designers are a pain in the arse. Fact! One sees art. One sees ads. One sees what one fails to understand. What is key about Wolfi’s work is inexplicable to me. However, one looks at art, ads and so forth and one can’t say why or how it simply seems right and when it does not. I can only infer that he knows so much about design, typography, colours, layout, gestalt… whatever, that I got bored rigid years ago trying to understand what he was on about. Ultimately, I have never not loved anything he has done. And I hate him.” Dominic O’Byrne O’Byrne Communications.