I divided my work in three groups: Digital, manual and hybrid work.

‘Hybrid’ work is work that uses manual techniques and combines it with digital post production or a lot of editing in for example Photoshop.
In ‘digital’ the output is 100% digital and ‘manual’ is more artistic work with the use of traditional media.

2018 fountair.com

Fountair’s solution provides a sustainable energy and drinkable water source that is…

2018 Phase_1 Tech Branding

Detroit, Michigan, anno 2018. Phase_1 or Phaseone is a new digital technology led design and brand…

2017 Book a doctor with Oladoc – UI design

Oladoc is an on-demand platform to search for doctors in Pakistan. It works both ways: patient to…

2017 Muhimma, methodized localization

    Muhimma means ‘task’ in Arabic. This refers to the small tasks that…

2017 FSI – Unlocking human potential

FSI Worldwide was formed in 2006 by a group of former British Army Officers and professional…

2017 Pink Entropy Rebranding

For the third revamp of the Pink Entropy logo we wanted to make the circle more graphic and less…

2016 A dynamic Logo

Parallel to the organic Baptista/Vercaeren logo from 2016, I worked out a more dynamic version of…

2017 Book Covers For Fictitious Publishing

During my time in art school we mostly learned how to draw “mannekes”, which means…

2017 Fanic Music – Built For Us Campaign

The campaign approach for the beta launch of the Fanic Music App would simultaneously have to…

I did an early version of my site where it was virtually impossible to get through it, just as a statement about the web. But after a few laughs and some angry e-mails, I realized it wasn’t doing me much good. I think the web has become more about the final product, not what it takes to get to it.

David Carson