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      The feedback interaction of the Design Process Modeler

      The holistic double diamond (HDD) is a service design process model. It is similar to the double diamond (DD) and includes a broader timeline than the DD and other models.

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      Design Process Modeler

      The Design Process Modeler personalizes a model that represents the design process by adapting to a series of questions. Here is a little warning: it is work in progress.

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      The holistic double diamond, an extended double diamond design process

      The holistic double diamond (HDD) is a service design process model. It is similar to the double diamond (DD) and includes a broader timeline than the DD and other models.

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      Service Design and Data Science workshop

      This workshop involved a project that explored how data science can assist service designers. The evaluation workshop used the fictive company Public Transportation Company (PTC). The data science techniques were applied to the PTC case with different variations, and the designers were free to mix the output with methods more familiar to them.

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      Animation of Website concept: Postcard

      Website concept: Postcard

      One of the concepts for a wedding website was the postcard. First, the guest receives a personalised message like an invitation. The next cards show more detailed information and are animated like physical postcards. It would be possible to have clickable edges for all cards. In this case, other navigation is still necessary for quick access to an address, for example.

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      Japanese garden

      This acrylic painting has a lot of texture that creates extra depth. It depicts the Kōko-en Garden in Himeji, Japan. I painted it from a picture I took in 2018.

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      Banana Family Tree

      The caretakers of these banana plants live all over the Netherlands, but they are still in touch with the family history of their bananas. Online, they can read about many generations of their banana plants.

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      Online learning platform: Visual

      From 2016 to 2018, I took care of the redesign and UX of an online learning platform (the OLO). It was challenging to balance the old application, the parent organisation (University of Twente) and an own identity.

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      Online learning platform: Pages

      High school students can learn from and practise on the OLO platform. The content contains a network of interactive animations (submodules), exercises and courses. I sketched priority guides to help us combine and organise content and features on the pages.

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      HyperLAN themes

      Each HyperLAN edition has its own theme, image and mug. This post shows some of the most popular ones so far.

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      Spenzen

      This game is based on an existing card game. The redesign expresses a more mysterious and contemporary style, with self-made illustrations and wooden accessories.

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      Packaging for Clipper

      The package needs to meet technical requirements, but is it sustainable? This new concept protects the tea, milk can and sugar pot and is designed to include reusable and/or recyclable packaging.

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      Calligraphy cat

      With ink and a few sketches, this cat was created. Later, I realised that it looks like an ear is missing.

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      Graphic language of products

      We designed and branded a concept mixer for an existing brand that does not yet produce such a product. The team consisted of me, Jeroen Visser and Berber Bokkes.

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      Do-it: Guide iteration

      Here is an iteration of the Do-it guide. Each column is a step that the user takes, under which different ideas are placed. The options are later discussed and ranked. The setup makes it easy to keep track of the user's previous and next steps.

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      Do-it: Introduction storyboard

      The Do-it system was introduced in a short movie. After brainstorming ideas for the movie, we decided to parody an influencer vlog. The storyboard shows the beginning of the movie. Shots A and B use different camera angles.

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      Do-it: Guide

      The Do-it system contains a trigger that stimulates positive experiences throughout daily life. This guide helps the user set up the trigger and learn positive new behaviours, such as talking a daily walk. I designed a guide, while the other team members focused on the trigger itself. The team included me, Evelyn van de Bildt and Marlin Bloemberg.

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      Design sketching

      This case study explores sketching materials and textures. The controllers are the original PlayStation 4 Wireless Controllers by Sony.

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      Business card 2.0

      The origami prototype of the You-et logo is a business card concept. This way, there is more room for content and it has a playful character.

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      Coraline movie poster

      I designed this movie poster about the brilliant movie Coraline. I intended for it to capture the sweet yet scary vibe of the film.

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      Juicer prototype

      This visual prototype represents a manual juicer for the workplace. Although it is missing many details, the model helps visualise the size, look and feel of the juicer and could be used for evaluation.

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      Juicer

      This sketch shows how a manual juicer designed for the workplace is used. The sketch needed to be clear yet made quickly.

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      Old portfolio website

      The previous website was live from 2013 until 2020. It was a bit unorthodox with the prominent dark blue background.

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      Game changer at "Men of Steel"

      LAN party association HyperLAN wanted to break the monopoly by hardcore players on competition prizes. How could we do this?

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      Copenhagen painted

      Aquarelle was my favourite paint for many years. My other preferred paint is acrylic. The city displayed is Copenhagen, which I visited in 2014.

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      Flexible visual style of HyperLAN

      While creating the visual identity and style of LAN party association HyperLAN, flexibility was important.

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      A gaming logo for HyperLAN

      Mind maps, brainstorming and a lot of sketching resulted in many logos and ideas. However none of these first results were used.

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      Special edition

      In the media committee for S.V. CognAC, I was responsible for promoting activities, illustrations and posters. The pirate special edition is my personal favourite, which incorporates the association’s logo.

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      T-shirt design

      Other illustrations I made for S.V. CognAC are the introductory T-shirts. Four years in a row, I won the competition for best introductory T-shirt design, although sometimes mine was the only submission.

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      Halloween Goo

      With this piece, I wanted to play with speed, contrast and light. The word 'Goo' refers to the game World of Goo.

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      Inked cat

      This cat is made with Indian ink and dates from around 2007. In this case, I used a photo instead of a model.

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