That's me.


Who i am!

I’m the one behind the name Tollpatzig, Nadine Patzig. I’m a passionate graphic, visual designer and art director focused on interface design from Berlin, Germany. I’ve studied integrated design at the Bauhaus University in Dessau and after completing my masters programme in Interface Design with focus on multitouch applications at the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, I catapulted myself seamlessly into the agency world.

What i offer!

Since my graduation, I’ve been working as a part-time freelancer and mainly as an employee, where I operate with the full passion to develop user interfaces, apps, multitouch applications and websites. Further fields of work range from classical graphic design, such as editorial or corporate design, to iconography and information design. I love being a team player and I’m an ambitious “focus fox” with fresh ideas in mind and fearless verbal acrobatics.

Which clients i want!

During my career as a designer, I already worked for national and international clients. Well-known customers are AVM, Axel Springer AG, Berlinale, Bookwire, Cable Guys, Cornelsen Verlag, GEZE, Hermann Schmidt Verlag, Kieback&Peter, Sparkasse, IBB, Implaneo, Mambu, Rieter, simyo, Telekom, Umwelttechnik BW, urbia and Zeitungsgruppe Thüringen. The list is complemented by many more customers and those who want to join it.

Things I like.

I dislike people, cause I love them. I dislike cities, cause I miss nature and nature is bit of a yawn, cause I want the spirit of the city. Friends can talk my ear off and I love it, cause I have more than one ear. I love food with bright colours and most of that by my favourite French café Louis Chérie, where I can stumble from my front door to the café’s door. I dislike the exchange of good music, cause there is definitely much better music. I love the creation of new things walled up without the old. I love to be unbiased, cause it pushes me. I’m in love with speaking, cause I don’t want to be speechless, although it fascinates me. I adore inspiration because of impossible possibilities. I love it when squirrel puke on bike seats, cause it’s deviant … and I dislike it when it comes to an end, cause it always goes on and on.