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Editorial Design

Editorial Design
From a newspaper redesign to business cards and flyers to wedding invitations and more. Take a look at some editorial design examples, accumulated over the years.

Newspaper redesign

Books - Magazines - Flyers - Invitations

Exercise in typography and editorial design

These days a lot of printed formats have been redesigned to the digital medium. In this editorial redesign class led by Sandra Hoffman I decided to turn things around. I took a new Dutch journalistic platform, De Correspondent, and designed a printed newspaper for them. This issue is designed to be handed out at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference. Coming from an online platform where space is indefinite, one of the difficulties I faced was the length of the articles.

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Collected magazine

Books - Magazines - Flyers - Invitations

Editorial design and content creation

Collected is a magazine about the art of collecting. I was responsible for the editorial design, the images, and the overall feel of the magazine. I wanted to keep the overall look of the magazine fresh and young to avoid the dusty idea one might have of museum collections. This comes back in the typography, color use, and images. For the images I took a photographical approach, further exploring my passion for photography. For the image on the cover I could finally put use to the stamp collection I inherited from my grandfather.

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Cards and invitations

Books - Magazines - Flyers - Invitations

Birth announcement card.
Birth announcement card.
Party invitation.
Wedding invitation.


Born to an artist and a scientist I was destined to dip my feet in both worlds. I have a strong curiosity for thorough research and setting clear objectives and goals, while at the same time leaving space for serendipity and surprises that might change the path we're walking on.

Talking with people, and actually listening to them, asking questions, finding out what drives them is what intrigues me. My empathy and curiosity led me to different fields and jobs, and I thrive in situations where I keep on learning and developing my skill set. I love learning new things, not just in one field. This resulted in a messy CV, but the way I look at it is that I have a lot of transferable skills.  At this moment I am looking to join a team where there is room for collaboration, growth and empathy.

In my free time I am currently learning Python. I take analog photos and enjoy live music* and dancing.
*you can often find me at a Roda de Samba.

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