Jessica Broscheit started as designer for visual communication. Her projects reveal conceptual and visual presentation with a distinct sense for artistic as much as functional design. Her visual rhetoric fabricates images linking both the material and the cognitive dimension. Combining this with her endeavour to filter the essence, reduce complexity and the attempt to align current tendencies with tradition, Jessica Broscheit conceives of and creates outstanding visual and haptic representations in multiple disciplines.
Since her scholarship in China, she has been working on air and air quality. Her aim is to develop intuitive and artistic Human-Computer-Interactions with Tangible Interfaces. To achieve this, she works with the data of air quality sensors (e.g. Particulate Matter and CO2) to visualize the limit values and make the invisible visible. In addition to her design research at the /* CREATIVE SPACE FOR TECHNICAL INNOVATIONS */, Jessica Broscheit also creates participatory workshops in the fields of Tangible Interfaces, Smart Objects and Ubiquitous Computing, using methods such as Design Fiction and Critical Making.