Responsive website | release juni 2016
Researching a new brand identity for de Bijenkorf. Searching for a mix between modern and traditional fonts that are both compatible for online and offline. The main reason is to bring the store and the web shop more inline and created a 360 experience. A platform to show more inspiration and created a better user experience for all aspects for the web store.
My main projects were creating a new structure for the content pages and creating a better experience in my account.
Redesign of the newsletters of de Bijenkorf. The technique for creating responsive newsletters was done, but there was no design yet. Together with the front-end designer we created a new brand identity for the newsletters. With the new brand dentity I created six different templates, the be easily filled by the content team.
The new layout of the textblock of the campaigns was received well at eCommerce and is no also used at deBijenkorf.nl to create a 360 experience and be more cohesive through all channels.
A responsive website for the hair care brand O'right. A company with the vision: exceptional products – exceptionally green. The website is a platform for the story of the brand to explain why and how the products are made.
O’right has a range of products which are green to their core, from the formulation of the product itself through to the packaging, to the very way we run and manage our business. They only use the finest natural ingredients to create our professional hair care ranges. Each is developed in our state of the art, sustainable laboratory at our factory in Taiwan.
The blog ‘éthique’ is about exploring the culture of drinking tea in style. Finding interesting tea ware, exploring and investigating modern tea classics and traditions, plus looking for the perfect blend between antiques and modern design.
Brand identity & photography for éthique
Blog about two creative dancing people
Brand identity, logo & website for hishers | Tony & Germaine:
“Creativeness can be expressed in many ways; the way we choose to do it is through music, dance, the way we dress and ultimately in being ourselves.When it comes to a person’s style, we think there are no boundaries.”
Hel Ved was a photography agency of Leonie Klomp and Peter van Rhoon (founder CODE magazine). For the launch of the agency we created a photography competition for new talent within the photography style ‘New Documentary’. I was in responsible of all the visual communication of the photography competition ‘Creative Call’, the photography event ‘New Documentary’ and the opening of the first exhibition.
We also created a platform for uploading the portfolios and work of the candidates, this was incollaboration with the company Viewbook. After selecting the nominees for the Creative Call we organised the Creative Review where the best thirty photographers had the chance to show there portfolio to experienced photographers, creatives and agencies.
After the Review the ‘New Documentary’ event started where photographers of the agency talked about there work and announcing the winner of the Creative Call.