Eleven Projects

art directed by Ruben Feurer

A website for beautiful kitchens

for an industrial manufacturer

01Franke Kitchens
03Salvatore Ferragamo

A website with HUGE images

for a film production


A digital record player

for my favourite webradio


A world famous scrolling website

for the swiss television


A website based on a timeline

for a transcultural project

08Zurich University of the Arts

A drone live stream of a fashion show

for an italian fashion brand


A website inspired by slideshows

for a winery and resort in italy

11Gualdo del Re

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Ruben Feurer art director and partner of the digital agency Y7K based in Zurich, Switzerland. He has started his career by learning graphic design, but born in the digital age, he rapidly found out that designing books, posters and classic adverts was not enough for him. With a huge interest in technology and the internet, he moved into the digital field where he collaborated with photographers, film directors and digital artists to create interactive experiences. From 2013 to 2014 he worked at UNIT9 London where he led projects for clients including Google, Nike and Ubisoft and also established a six-person design team.

His work has been awarded with several national and international awards such as FWA (9x SOTD), Awwwards, Best of Swiss Web, ADC Switzerland & Germany, European Design Award and Cannes Shortlist. He probably got most recognition for the famous 360° Langstrasse project which was awarded with an Awwwards HTML5 'Site of The Year'-award.

Besides his activities in the digital world he runs the Swiss culture magazine Quottom which is sold at more than 100 newsstands in Switzerland and Germany. Every issue contains exclusive artworks by more than 50 contributors from all around the world, including famous artists like Walter Pfeifferor Art Director Mario Hugo.