Since 2016, I've been working as a designer for De Correspondent. It's my goal to create graphics that help journalists inform the public about (often complex) matter. Below, a small selection of my work for De Correspondent is displayed.

Visualising processes

I love finding out how stuff works and thinking of clear ways to visualise this as clear as possible.

Data visualisation with a bit of illustration

Having a background in illustration, I combined data visualisation and illustration often, to create graphics that communicate a new perspective on a set of numbers.

Mapping spatial data

Maps, my favorite! To me, it's oddly satisfying to have a bird's-eye view and creating a representation of our world featuring specific 'layers' of information.

Interactives

Lastly, together with my colleagues, I've developed new interactive ways of data driven story telling at De Correspondent. For example, have a look at these publications:

Telling a story using Facebook's stock market value

Explaining political fragmentation in Europe

Scroll through old maps to understand the current Dutch landscape


That's it for now! This is just a small selection. Would you like to see other work samples? Get in touch! Or see my other work on the portfolio page.


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