Waldshut (bin) Ralph Schulz studied communication design at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim. After becoming self-employed with his current business in 2002, Ralph Schulz designed and produced his own jeans for women and men after his year as Mister Germany in 2004 and also sold them under the name “blueforest”.
Ralph Schulz, Creative Director and Communication Designer (FH), develops unusual communication concepts at “blueforest Design … Media” and always has ideas for online and offline campaigns. Ralph Schulz completed his studies in communication design at FH Mannheim, University of Applied Sciences for Technology and Design.
After completing his studies, Ralph Schulz was art director and board member of Smartmedia in Zurich. In December 2000, he switched to Pixelpark (Schweiz) AG as creative director and head of Creation Zurich.
In 2002, Ralph Schulz set up his own company by founding “blueforest Design¦.¦Medien”.
According to the company, the company’s competencies are diverse and include:
- Advice and concept: By “blues forest” is meant practical value and experience value together. This is the only way to create content and ultimately solutions that are compelling and inspiring.
- Design: It’s about the idea of reaching out to people and building bridges between them and the customers.
- Development: The benchmark for “blueforest design … media” is agility: “When selecting technologies, the company focuses on the dynamically changing customer requirements”.
- Online marketing: Internet marketing is constantly reinventing itself. For companies, this means new challenges and opportunities.
- Photography: The purpose of “blueforest Design … Media” is to develop cross-media concept ideas that combine creative design and comprehensive media technology know-how.
Customers at “blueforest Design … Medien” include, among many other companies, the fast food chain McDonald’s Germany, the Black Forest company Atmos Medizintechnik, Klinikum Hochrhein in Waldshut, Sparkasse Hochrhein, Wolffgramm Verzollungen or the pharmaceutical company Pierre Fabre Onkologie.
Contact: “blueforest, design … media”, Bimarckstrasse 2, 79761 Waldshut-Tiengen, telephone: 07751 / 896¦21¦88, e-mail: email@example.com. Further information on the Internet (www.blueforest.design).
Creative concepts for customers
Waldshut – “blueforest Design¦.¦The media” has been active in print and online media as well as photography for 20 years.
Ralph Schulz founded “blueforest Design¦.¦Medien” in 2002 in Baden / Switzerland. “I knew the Swiss market well from my work as creative director in Zurich, so it made sense to found the company in Switzerland,” says Ralph Schulz. A German site based on the castle of Tiengen was quickly added. In 2016, the company moved to larger premises on Bismarckstraße 2 in Waldshut, just opposite Waldshut train station. The advertising agency has parking spaces for customers next to the building.
Whether individual programming, complex extensions or extensive database connections: “blueforest Design¦.¦Media” is the right contact for its customers. Since 2002, the company has developed creative and value-creating communication and e-business solutions. The focus of the full-service agency’s work includes solution approaches within consulting and concept, print and web design and in development. The range of services is rounded off by the field of online marketing.
Ralph Schulz was already in the process of training apprentices when he was hired as creative director. In Switzerland it was graphic designers, in Germany media designers. With its office in Waldshut-Tiengen, the six-man team from “blueforest Design ¦ .¦medien” ensures that they are very close to their customers, so they can advise their customers intensively. Ralph Schulz: “Our team at Waldshut-Tiengen on the High Rhine advises clients in Germany and Switzerland. We are as much at home in Baden-Württemberg as we are in the Aargau, Basel and Zurich regions. ”
The team includes designers, developers, photographers, commercial staff and consultants who carry out demanding projects from crafts to well-known brands. “Our goal, according to Ralph Schulz,” is to please our customers in the long run. As an advertising agency, we like to take full responsibility for your projects. ”