I grew up in a very small village in the eastern part of the The Netherlands called Angeren. It is most famous for a statue of a little piglet, so I knew I had to move out at some point. When I was about 6 years old I started drawing illustrations on the Atari ST, one of the first desktop computers in the 80s. Since then I never stopped.
I studied Industrial Design at the University of Twente in Enschede, The Netherlands. After that I spend a small year in Princeton, New Jersey, interning at Siemens Corporate Research.
When I came back in The Netherlands in 2008 I worked as a digital designer at Advance Interactive Media and Talmon. Since 2011 I have been freelancing as an freelance designer/creative under the Janneman name.
I think the most magical things happen at the crossroads of technology and art. I love to create beautiful digital things that work great. Brands, logos, animations, videos, websites, apps. Basically everything that starts with a blank canvas. I get the job done no matter how tight the deadline is. No-nonsense, lightning fast and pixel perfect.
My girlfriend Charlotte and my daughter Lene (3)
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