DailyUI #010: Share button on a blog page.
A music player for #009 on the dailyUI challenge. I thought this was the opportunity to try out the smartwatch! Excellent for runners!
This is a simple 404 page, designed for the dailyUI challenge. Day 008!
DailyUI #007: a settings page on mobile phone
DailyUI #006: for the daily UI challenge I designed this profile page.
Icon for an application that helps you plan parties.
Daily UI challenge #003: A landing page above the fold! A hiking website that sells hiking stuff. I wanted to create a vibe that would want you to pick up your stuff and start hiking!
Credit card checkout
I took the daily UI challenge. #002: credit card checkout!
A sneak preview in an app to help you plan all your parties.
Sign up page for a winetasting website.
Dribbble is an online network for designers: only the greatest designers get to show of their work. You have to be invited to get on there... And I want in. Why? I would really like to get feedback from all those amazing artists on my work. This illustration is hopefully good enough to get invited.
Businesscards to give to potential partners: people who are interesting enough to be our partner on the online party planning tool and from who we assume our users will like the most
A taste of wine
I had to design a logo for a taste of wine. The colours were already chosen.
I did not design the person, but I did draw everything else. It was ment for the header of our newsletter but never made the cut. I still thinks it looks cool though
We are building an application where you can organise your parties. You see this page whenever you want to add a new party. The experience using the application should be amazing because we want you to have fun while organising. At the same time we want it to look clean, and not cluttered.
Designing something new for a program I work with for years. This is the list page I redesigned, the page I thought was the most boring of them all.
Aerey is a business that focusses on helping young entrepreneurs in their search to start their own business. So for the members of Aerey, business cards are rather important! They organise a lot of events, where their community can interact and learn from each other. The lines on the card represent the network Aerey offers you.
We are rebranding our product, so it would look more coherent. This is what I suggested. Whether it is the design from the app itself or business cards, everything should fit together like a puzzle. A brand has to bring a story by how it looks, and that story should be the same in every part of the branding.
Here we see the cover of the businessplan of a partyplanner.
Children are easier to photograph, because they just don't care
My nephew is being baptised, and I was lucky enough to snap this picture. Because timing is everything! And I think I captured it all: the way the water falls, but also the smile on the parents face.
This is Mr P: the frontman from Mr P and the Cadillacs, a band that plays fifties music! The website is still in testfase.
To-racing is a racing team that wanted a website to connect with their fans. The website needs a mood that matches with racing. A dark website with a bright color and some icons should do that. Now the team can add some activities, pictures,... just like they wanted.
After work parties are very hot right now. Everybody likes a party now and then. But they added something extra: everytime the party is in an other setting.
A picture of Mr Maarten from a band calles Mr P and the cadillacs. They needed some pictures for their new website, which is still being build.
A logo for after work parties has to be classy, it needs a link with work but also with drinks.
The foodbar Brugge
The foodbar sells sandwiches and much more. A bright website with a lot of colors fit the business. Every day you can find the dishes of the day on top of the page. You can also order online to skip the line!
A website about beautiful cars has to be dark if you ask me. A lot of big pictures that set the mood.
Carperfection is making every car look like new, shiny and everything. And that is what I wanted to be very obvious in the logo.
Business cards for a business that sells security equipment I made years ago.
I was asked to make a logo for a business that sells security equipment. I wanted to do something with the lens of a camera, because that is what I immediately link with security. But I did not want it to be too obvious.
A cat in the streets got my attention when I was on vacation. In Turkey there are a lot of cats just strolling around in the streets. But this one was so beautiful I had to stop just so I could make this picture.
I really like the colours of spring. I had my camera allready in my hand. Otherwise I would have been to late to take a picture of this bee. Timing is everything!
A beautiful parrot I found when I was on vacation. Sadly, he was sitting in a cage, but otherwise I would have not been able to take this picture.