Claudia Brückner is an Experience & Workshop Designer, Innovation Facilitator & Coach based in Berlin.

She designs and facilitates formats that empower new ways of working, learning, collaboration, human interaction and innovation. 


Claudia has developed event formats and concepts — from large-scale conferences to tailored workshops and trainings.  So far, she has supported conferences such as re:publicaDMY BerlinService Experience CampSynchronicity Berlin, Digital Bauhaus Summit and facilitated innovation processes for clients such as BASF, Wired, Fraunhofer, Deutsche Bahn and E.ON. Claudia also co-initiated the 4531km road trip through Europe. As well, she runs – a platform for experience designers, conference organizers, meeting hosts. 

Born in East Germany. Temporarily escaped to the South Pacific. Currently lives and works in Berlin. Oh, and she loves cycling. Against all odds.


Credits: Kirsten Becken 


Experience Design & Human Interaction 

Die Kraft des Event Experience Design. (2017). ffluid Podcast.

Designing Collaborative Experiences. (2016): .process  vol 1. – exploring innovation.

Conferces & Innovation – some observations, thoughts, questions & ideas. (2015): ITB Berlin. CC-BY-SA 3.0 

Event Experience Design – Service Design Tools in Action. (2014): Service Design Drinks. Berlin. CC-BY-SA 3.0

Event Experience Design – Human Interactions at Conferences. (2014): IxDA Berlin. Berlin. CC-BY-SA 3.0


Experience Design & Human Interaction 

Konferenzen und das 21. Jahrhundert: Strategien für neue Konferenzformate im digitalen Zeitalter. (2016): Medium. Berlin © Claudia Brückner

On Participant Experience: Co-Creating value at conferences. (2015): The Service Gazette. Berlin. CC-BY-SA 3.0

Designing Business. (2012): DMY International Design Festival Berlin: Berlin. © DMY BERLIN

Veranstaltungsformate im digitalen Zeitalter. (2013): Open Everything – Ein Magazin über digitale Kultur, Netzpolitik und neue Arbeitswelten. newthinking Verlag: Berlin. CC BY-SA 3.0

Interview zu Zukunft von Tagungen und Kongressen. (2013): Tagung und Kongress der Zukunft – eine Studie des GCB German Convention Bureau. Frankfurt a.M.


Kunst, Kultur & Digitalisierung

Digitalisierung von Kunst und Kultur. (2013): Open Everything – Ein Magazin über digitale Kultur, Netzpolitik und neue Arbeitswelten. newthinking Verlag: Berlin. CC BY-SA 3.0

Die Digitalisierung des Selbst. Zur Fotopraxis des Selbstportraitierens. In: Hägele, Ulrich/Ziehe, Irene (Hrsg.) (2009): Digitale Fotografie. Kulturelle Praxen eines neuen Mediums. Waxmann: Münster. © Waxmann Verlag GmBH


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Credits: Summer & Co. 

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Credits: Summer & Co.