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An entire page about me. Sweet.
“A smooth sea never made a skillful sailor.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt
Starting 2008 I’ve taught myself to use Adobe Photoshop to create simple forum signatures.
Slowly but surely it evolved into creating wallpapers, typographic effects, posters, photo retouching and compositing and so on.
With Photoshop not being enough, I learned Adobe Illustrator and InDesign as well and used it for projects and hobbying. This process has enabled me to quickly create what either I or someone else has in mind which has proven useful over the years.
During college I have given workshops in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign to fellow students as I was ahead of most of them at the time. If you need any form of digital graphics such as banners, logo’s, posters, branding or anything you need to get done, send me a message and we’ll go over the details!
Alternatively, you can view my portfolio here View my portfolio
Having studied Communication & Multimedia Design I tackle design projects with a user centered approach.
Good usability isn’t extra nowadays; It’s the standard, a great experience that sets your business apart is how you stand out.
In the UX projects section of my portfolio you can find how I applied this approach to different projects succesfully.
With many years of internet usage dawdling I have obtained a self-proclaimed black belt in Google Fu. Knowing what to search, how to search for it and finding it is essential if you need answers or don’t want to reinvent the wheel (and nobody wants that!)
During design projects, I have a mindset that helps me gain the most out of my qualities; Design Thinking.
Design Thinking is a problem-solving attitude that utilises both halves of the brain.
On the right half, I have the creative part which generates ideas, insights and thinks iteratively.
On the left half, my background in mathematics and physics during my Astronomy study has helped me create an analytical,
Dissecting problems into multiple parts and solving these independently to get to the conclusion makes projects tangible and assists in prioritising what needs to be done what doesn’t.