Fred Beier is graphic designer and runs the Frankfurt based studio ANKER.

Fred Beier, Grafikdesigner


Fred was born in Hagen in 1981. After his Diploma in Communications and Design in darmstadt he worked as an Art Director – self employed and salaried. In 2012 he founded the office ANKER in Frankfurt. He gave several courses for typography and graphic design at the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences and HMKW Frankfurt.


Corporate Identity

The Corporate Design is the face of a corporation and the first impression clients get. The challenge is to put on the USPs and character of the firm appealing and conclusive. The main focus is to develop a holistic and sustainable image through all media, logo, print, digital and web.


Print Design

The classic graphic designer burns for print. This is where idea, design and production melt into a perfect impression. A good print product is designed suasively so it will not end up in the trash but on the coffee table – no matter if it is an image­ brochure, annual report, book, corporate magazine, flyer or catalogue.


Web design

Digital media has no natural limit of content, which misleads to put too much in it. The trend for search engine optimisation also suggests placing many text on a website. Good communication design focusses on the human view on a website as well as on a great user interface. The SEO should not degrade this.


Social Media

Social media is an important part of modern corporate communication. The firm has to decide selsctive, which channels are worth the stakes. Focussing on the important ones the corporate identity can be transfered smoothly.

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Fred Beier
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