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Report on deportation of children to Armenia

2017 | Defence for Children
Rapport Armenië

Asylum seeking minors who have lived in the Netherlands for at least five years and are deported to their home country (Armenia) are living in terrible conditions. This is the conclusion of a report by Defence for Children and the University of Groningen.

More information;
Press release Defence for Children
TV broadcast Een Vandaag

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Crowdfunding campaign

2017 | Dutch Victim Support Fund

Facebook carroussel FSH

The crowfunding campaign for emergency fund (helpslachtoffers.nl) focusses on basic needs of victims, such as a care-packages, groceries or toys for children.

Concept: Publicis and Dutch Victim Support Fund
Website: Dutch Victim Support Fund (Kentaa platform)
Imagery: Designink.nl
Video-editing: Worx Media


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Recruitment campaign

2016 | Libertas Leiden

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A series of posters and advertisements for (health)care organization Libertas Leiden.

Dutch Design Award for Brabantia

Dutch Design Award Brabantia

In 2011 Designink and Studio Hert approached Dutch family business Brabantia with proposals for a new product branding. They succesfully implemented our designs resulting in an improved brand positioning and significant sales increase. This year Brabantia won a Dutch Design Award (DDA) in the category Best Client for their excellent commissioning of designers.

Dutch Design Award Brabantia

More information:
Website Dutch Design Awards
BNO News (Association of Dutch Designers)

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Identity and website for The Anglican Church in The Hague

2016 | Church of St.John & St.Philip

StJStP_responsive_new

The Church of St. John and St. Philip, known as the English Church, is an Anglican church in The Hague. Designink realized the restyling of the logo, new corporate identity and (responsive) website.

Special thanks to Moscrop (website development) and Zaida (photography).

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Responsive website with a mission

2016 | Fonds Slachtofferhulp

Website Fonds Slachtofferhulp

The Dutch Victim Support Fund is the starting point for victims of crime, accidents and disasters in the Netherlands. Designink developed a website with a renewed focus on the user and accessibility. The thematic presentation was made more visible and the payment options (donation and webshop) were greatly improved.

Design: Designink
Development: Slim & Dapper

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Charity Run

Shirt met logo Damloop FSH

Help us to raise money for the Dutch Victim Support Fund. Designink will participate in the 32st edition of the Dam tot Damloop on Sunday 18 September by running 10 English Mile.

Campaign ‘I Stay Here’

2016 | Defence for Children

Campagnebeeld tijdens uitzending Pauw

According to the Dutch Office of Defence for Children, the National Children’s Pardon [Kinderpardon] is not effective. Hundreds of children have been residing in the Netherlands for more than five years without a legal residence permit. They do not speak the language of the country of origin and live in fear because they can be deported at any time. Last night the the National campaign ‘I Stay Here’ was presented on Dutch television. The aim of this campaign is to give these children a voice and stop the uncertainty of their current legal status.

Collateral: Print and Website
Photography: Hans Moolenaar
See also: Broadcast Pauw (Vara) May 3
Website: I Stay Here

Pieter van Vollenhoven Emergency Fund

2016 | Dutch Victim Support Fund

Folder Pieter van Vollenhoven Noodhulpfonds

Logo, letterhead and flyer for the Pieter van Vollenhoven Emergency Fund. This Fund helps victims in financial distress by means of financial and professional aid.

Google Cardboard: VR for dummies

Google Cardboard V2

Today, I finally purchased Google’s Cardboard VR-Viewer. Once the kit (cardboard + lenses) is assembled, a regular smartphone is inserted. By use of specialized apps and the phone’s built-in gyroscope, this offers a cheap way to discover and play with Virtual Reality. Think 3D-video, games, and ‘experiences’. Since its introduction in 2014 Google has shipped over 5 Million Carboard VR-Viewers.

It’s not so much about the device itself, but the new possibilities offered by creating an easy-access platform. For both designers and creatives tools are available to create 360º-videos (Jump app), panoramic images (Cardboard Camera) or games (Unity-software).

Some predict the next viewer will work without a cellphone or computer, using a built-in screen, processor and camera.



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