This page holds a selection of different small items, which we made through the years. All have something to do with archaeology, but are too small to mention independently. A returning theme are adverts which we do since 2007, some are for our regular clients (and you will find them on different pages), others are mentioned below.
2018: Responsive Design Website for Spinglevend Verleden. This is the first website for this client, and we decided to go for a low-budget small website, instead of using Drupal. We made this using the SiteBuilder of the website provider; we added some extra scripts and made several small graphic changes. The website consists of 15 pages.
2018: Catalogue for the temporary exhibition “The Aurochs, looking for traces”, at the Museum Centre Lorsch, Germany (Der Auerochse – eine Spurensuche, Begleitband zur Sonderausstellung im Museumszentrum Lorsch), with several chapters and articles - each in its own colour scheme. The book is in German. Some chapters have an additional part about the exhibits (we cut out over 60 objects from their backgrounds). It counts 140 pages in full colour, 135gr, and a cover of 4 pages in full colour 300 gr, printed in a circulation of 1,000 copies.
2013: A small folder for politicians... A trifold folder, printed on A4, in full color. It is to present new ideas of the museum to politicians. Therefore it contains more text then you would usually find in a folder. The outside was designed with dark colors and historic pictures to create a better contrast with the plan explained inside: light colors, modern pictures. A nice element is that one of the pictures placed outside complements the image inside, making it inviting too read further.
2007: Website "Magical Heiloo". All 10 elementary schools of the village of Heiloo together in one history project: this website was meant to keep everybody informed for the full year 2007 – 2008 showing what was happening where. The interactive part was maintained by the project leader and the coordinators at the elementary schools, other updates were made by Mohini Visions. The graphic proposal for this website was made by Irene Mulder.
Also in 2007 we made a poster for the "Conference in Exeter 2007". The University of Exeter had a specific corporate identity, which had to be applied when making this poster (A4 size, full color). It was a call for an international conference, which was also used for a PowerPoint Presentation. Both products were made for the organisers of this conference. The poster was printed at university but was sent as PDF to other universities in the United Kingdom as well.
2007-present: every year we make adverts for different archaeological open-air museums for the magazine of EXARC. Until 2010 this was euroREA, after that the EXARC Digest Journal. The adverts vary from a quarter page: 90 x 134 mm, half page: 190 x 134 mm to a full page: 190 x 277 mm.
2005: Website "Conference of Matrica Museum". This website was made for a conference held at the Matrica Museum in Százhalombatta, Hungary. It is a simple site with only six pages containing the most needed information for those interested. Completely in English. Off line since June 2006.
2004: Website "The Delphi Project". This website was about the cooperation of 35 museums. It was available in 14 languages and in January 2008, there were 280 questions and answers in the database, a series of 750 links and a heavy animation of Europe. The most important part was the complicated PHP programming (among others for the database). The customer had access to add more information on their own and could change existing information.
2003: Digital Newsletter "To entrepreneurs in Dutch archaeology". A onetime only newsletter meant for the Archaeological World in the Netherlands following a commission by Hazenberg Archaeology. Including *.gif animations.
2002-2003: Logo "EXAR" This logo was meant for a German Association that planned to "go European" (European Association for the Advancement of Archaeology by Experiment). The font was already known. It was important to follow a 'scientific' character, therefore the circles refer to statistics, as well as to the empiric cycle. Even the 'cake points' refer to an experimental archaeological theory. Later we made a Folder cover "EXAR" - we redesigned the cover of the existing folder, with the logo already playing an important role. The circles of the new logo were also used for the new design of the cover. Printed on 160 gr, full colour, 10 x 21 cm when folded.