Design office, Services, Clients
Our typography focus connects all our analog and digital projects.

Conveying information clearly and translating it visually in an aesthetic way is one of our main focuses. In doing so, we let the power of typography work to achieve timeless results. From corporate design to digital experiences.

Editorial Design
Whether it’s a magazine, a customer magazine or an annual report, a symbiosis of good readability and surprising aesthetics creates publications that readers enjoy. typoint keeps functional requirements in mind, such as multilingual implementation and sustainable production. We bring your print object to life from conception through design and typesetting to production. In addition, we are intensively involved in the development of analog and digital reading behavior and incorporate these findings into the design.

Books survive the times – to ensure that they remain up-to-date, the focus is on timeless aesthetics, the harmonious interplay of design, material and production, and optimal readability. Every genre, from documentation and catalogs to fiction and technical literature, has its own individual requirements, which we are happy to meet.

Typesetting & final artwork
We love detail work and therefore devote ourselves to the (multilingual) typesetting of extensive publications and the final artwork with the utmost care. With an eye for typographic subtleties and technical know-how, we take care of the print-ready finalization of your projects.

Selection of clients
Bezirksamt Lichtenberg von Berlin
Die Andere Bibliothek
Einstürzende Neubauten
Ernst & Young GmbH (EY)
European Design Award
Hauptstadtkongress Medizin und Gesundheit
Hatje Cantz Verlag
International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance
Ignore Gravity GmbH
Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Kirchhoff Consult AG
Klett Verlag
Kosmos Verlag
Les Couleurs Suisse AG
MAX Magazin
Novum – World of Graphic Design
Rheinwerk Verlag
Stiftung Buchkunst
Stiftung Nächste Gesellschaft
TheaterGemeinde Berlin
Umschau Verlag
Revue – Magazine for the Next Society
Verlag für moderne Kunst