5 Questions with freelance digital creative Tom Vanhooreweder

I’m currently living and working as a freelance digital creative in Antwerp. I grew up in a city near Brussels. Nobody in my family is really doing anything creative… I’m the odd man out. 😉 So when I had the chance to pursue that creativity, I went ahead and did just that. Continue reading 5 Questions with freelance digital creative Tom Vanhooreweder

5 Questions with graphic & UI/UX designer Pieter De Kegel

I was born in 1978 in Aalst, a town between Ghent and Brussels. Grew up in a small village with not a lot to do. I started going to the local roller rink when I was about 9 years old and started skateboarding when I was 10. From then on until I was about 21 skateboarding was pretty much the only thing that mattered to me 24/7. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic & UI/UX designer Pieter De Kegel

5 Questions with brand & UX designer Martijn Brackman

When I was around 9 I started going to art school on Saturdays. Most of the time we were fooling around with charcoal, oil pastels, paint or clay. I remember it being a lot of fun. In college, the bored and rebellious teenager in me quit and from then on I didn’t do much but doodling around in my school books and ColorDRAW. Continue reading 5 Questions with brand & UX designer Martijn Brackman

5 Questions with graphic & digital designer Marius Roosendaal

My background is not that spectacular, I studied IT at some point. I have a bachelor of engineering, I liked computers, whaddya gonna do? I had no idea about design and art schools, but I’d like to think it influenced my work for the better. Being mostly self-taught, and not moulded by ‘conventional’ schooling, which might sound crazy from someone from the Netherlands. I liked to draw when I was younger, but once I got my hands on a computer I neglected that for the most part. Continue reading 5 Questions with graphic & digital designer Marius Roosendaal

An interview with graphic & web designer Veerle Pieters

She’s a graphic/web designer living in Belgium. Her career began in print design, in 1992, focusing on logos, stationery, and brochures — and using the name Duoh! In 1996 I added to web site design, user interfaces for intranets, and multimedia development. Continue reading An interview with graphic & web designer Veerle Pieters