For all people who like food. In Amsterdam.

Foodamsterdam is an upcoming Instagram account that shares the latest food hotspots in Amsterdam. It started as a side project but with over 1k followers it was time for a website that is mobile ready so you can easily find the new delicious places. Based on the grid of Instagram the mobile web version is plain and simple. You can scroll through the posts or find all the spots on a Google integrated map that guides you to all the hotspots in the city. Bon appetit! I made the user interface design for this mobile site. (This project is in process right now)


FoodAmsterdam Flow


FoodAmsterdam Mobile



Visual Design:

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Live from NPO1 Radio Facebook

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Together with Moxie Amsterdam I have created a Facebook grid for NPO1Radio, the biggest radio channel of the Netherlands. With its many different topics and shows NPO1Radio asked for a consistent way of communication on its Facebook page to get more interaction with its listeners.
We have used NPO1Radio’s pay-off  ‘Het nieuws van alle kanten’ (The news from all sides) as a mechanism to make suggestions to the listeners and ask for their opinions. We’ve made  a division between ‘The news’ and ‘from all sides’, to fill in different topics, suggestions, etc. on one side and on the other side the different sides or views from listeners, DJ’s, journalists. In this way we’ve created a clear grid for NPO1Radio itself and a categorized overview for its listeners.

The Oneliners: 24 Service Design icons


Defining the term Service Design is quite hard. Some say it’s a new form of marketing, others say it’s a form of user experience design. Developing great user experience as well as positive association with a brand isn’t new for marketer. However Service Design delves deeper into the user aiming for the best user’s satisfaction. Probably the best way to get an idea is peeking in the book This is Service Design by Marc Stikdorn and Jakob Schneider (with co-authors).

It already has claimed some specific icons that symbolize different aspects in Service Design. I proudly present these 24 icons I created together with Service Design agency Buro Hapklaar by the name The Oneliners. As the name suggest, all icons are made out of one line. I really loved working on this project and thinking of adding more in the near future. Feel free to use these icons! I put them on the designers well known online catalog The Noun Project.

Find The Oneliners icons here.

Find Buro Hapklaar here.

Find out more about Service Design here.