PARTICIPATORY DESIGN
& GRAPHIC STRATEGY
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 PARTICIPATORY DESIGN 
 GRAPHIC STRATEGY 
I design creative sessions, facilitate co-creation, organize and host workshops and make all tools needed for collaboration.
I specialize in participatory design with children and adolescents, but equally enjoy working with adults and elderly. 
work with clients to explore and uncover opportunities. Together with all those involved, we unravel the essence of the problem at hand.
 
I deliver this essence in infographics and visuals and design and create brand element.

 
Would you like to talk about opportunities to work together in the future?
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 PARTICIPATORY DESIGN 
I have had the pleasure of working with:
AMS Institute, Philips, Hema Foundation, House of Hi, Missing Chapter Foundation, Nationaal Archief, Number 5, NEMO Science Museum, Nutsschool Zorgvliet, Kids Moving the World, RoboHouse, TU Delft, VU Amsterdam, Wilhelmina Children's Hospital and more.
 
 GRAPHIC STRATEGY 
I have had the pleasure of working with:
Archipel Tax Advice, e-Ability, House of Hi, Link Legal, Missing Chapter Foundation, Number 5, Stichting Panoramix, UniPartners, Vemamed, WAAR and many more.
 
Here are some impressions of my participatory design work. If you would like to know more, please contact me.
 
Here are some impressions of my graphic strategy work. Again, if you would like to know more, please contact me.
Logo designs
 
Visuals & Infographics
 
Posters & Flyers
 
Pitch for funding
 
Keynote pitch for co-creation platform
 
Booklets & Reports
 
Websites
 
Co-creation of new patient clothing for the Wilhelmina Children's Hospital 
Creative workshops on inclusive design
for the HEMA Foundation in Amsterdam
 
Co-creation of medals and awards for the Missing Chapter Foundation in The Hague 
Product innovation with children with autism for Microsoft in Seattle, WA 
Co-creation of an exhibition for the Nationaal Archief in The Hague
 
Co-research workshop on behavioural change and sustainability for Number 5 in The Hague