GUIDED clips

In the times of Corona, craftwork in Vienna was rethought. This inspired me to make six videos with craftspeople and designers on location in Vienna to interview them about their current work situation in Vienna.

See the first results also on Vimeo.

It was very exciting.
Enjoy: Tina Haslinger

Many thanks to Bernhard ROSCHITZ

If you are interested in a video about his work, please contact:

Stores about GUIDED

Self-praise stinks. Therefore, I prefer to let others speak for me or GUIDED. Again and again I receive nice letters, which I do not want to withhold from you. Customer feedback, recommendation marketing or whatever. I am happy about any kind of feedback.

Do you also have something to say to me: I would love to:

Lore Sander
Habari Design Store
As a small business owner, you have to invest your advertising budget as efficiently as possible. I have been working successfully with GUIDED VIENNA, the Vienna Design Shopping Guide, for five years now and am very satisfied with the professional handling. Tina Haslinger is a complete professional. I particularly appreciate her quick reaction to my wishes and her creative ideas, in which she always enters into new cooperations with institutions such as hotels, event organisers, cafés, concept stores, etc.. She takes care of your customers and also makes them more visible in social media. This makes my advertisement more effective. My recommendation!
FOOTSTEPS is already a real fixed star in Tina Haslinger 's GUIDED. The small booklet always goes down well with our customers as a small give-away and is happily discovered at our cash desk when there is a new edition. Because it's not only tourists who appreciate the nice guide, in which I always like to give other shop and culinary tips and draw on the practical maps or explain how best to get there. Our Viennese customers are also happy to browse through it and discover new insider tips or new additions. I think it's good that there is a guide that directs you to small, mostly owner-run shops and gives the "pay local" idea such a great platform. Thank you Tina, also for the always beautiful graphic realisation, we remain loyal to you!
Sandra Nalepka
When Tina approached me in 2012 shortly after the opening of my shop for Scandinavian vintage design and asked me if I wanted to be represented in GUIDED Vienna, I found the booklet so appealing and crisp that I immediately said yes - I have been a part of it ever since, and very much so. I feel well looked after, the graphic presentation is successful and clear every year. There are always great shops and places presented, where people offer selected products far away from the masses with creative shop concepts, and I am very happy to be a part of it. The booklets stand out because of their high quality, passers-by and customers like to take them home, and - not unimportantly - they always lead someone to my shop.
Teresa Scheicher
I am very happy that I know Tina! She is very well connected in the creative industries, helpful and always has an open ear. Thanks to her, there are often unexpected new opportunities for collaborations that more than pay off for my business! :)
Jutta Pregenzer
I am always part of GUIDED Vienna, the design shopping guide. I think GUIDED is a great promotional tool because there is no other like it for Vienna! The guide is available in all shops and in the important, stylish hotels and is distributed at trade fairs. I always find the cooperation with Tina Haslinger very uncomplicated, appreciative and inspiring. Since GUIDED is also active on all social media channels, the shops always find a place in the posts there, too.
Doris Ackerl
Since 2017 I am part of GUIDED Vienna, the coolest design shopping guide in Vienna.GUIDED has brought more visibility and customer traffic to my shop. Thanks to its appealing format and the many shopping tips, it is very popular with my customers. Working with the GUIDED team is very uncomplicated and you feel very cared for and well looked after.

GUIDED 2023/24

The current GUIDED is of course also available as a PDF to browse and scroll through. It's (almost) as beautiful as the printed booklet itself.