Marianna Czwojdrak is a designer and researcher who tackles challenges of modern visual languages through graphic design, art direction and strategic thinking. With a strong interest in emerging technologies and the paradigm of modernism, she has also gained experience in writing. Despite navigating through such a varied practice research always plays a crucial part in her enquiries, regardless of scale and discipline. Her critical approach intends to provoke a discussion, investigate underlying social and technological changes and ask questions about what kind of future we want. In 2016, she graduated from the master programme of media design at Haute Ecole de l’art et design (HEAD) in Geneva (Switzerland) and has been holding a teaching position at the department of Applied Sciences at Collegium Da Vinci in Poznań (Poland) since 2018 where she teaches classes on visual communication and graphic design.