ABOUT HUISMAN CREATIVE
Huisman Creative is a strategy led after hours freelance creative studio started in 2018, we are brand focused and love working together to take your brand places.
FOR THE LOVE OF BRANDS BIG AND SMALL
Hi my name is Jason, Creative Brand Manager during the day, Strategic Creative and Illustrator at night (this might not be as cool as Batman), but it is my passion and I love being part of the brands I work with, creating partnerships with them, watching them grow and working on new ideas together, learning from them and adding value with my experience. My goal for Huisman Creative is to grow it further, this is my business adventure.
From an early age I have enjoyed creating, whether drawing or building Lego, this was later confirmed in my teenage years with the continuous sketching of band logo's and CD cover artworks, on any piece of paper I could find. This passion that still lies with me today, I love music!.
I have been creating for many years and have a diploma in both art / design and advertising and still learning daily, The world of advertising is so connected and exciting and nothing thrills me more than discovering something new that can benefit my clients and I. My goal is to serve and position brands well in this connected world, through the tools available.
From a design perspective I take inspiration from nature, science fiction, retro designs from the 30's to 70's and the pop art era and more modern work,
Let's Brand Together, It would be great to be part of your story!
Huisman Creative offers a variety of design services including but not limited to:
Logo + Brand Design, Catalogue Design, Poster Design, Magazine Advertising, Point of Sale items, Product Photography, Vector Illustration, Web Design, Social Media and HTML Mailers, Creative and Media Strategy sourcing the best media channels to promote your brand.
OUR DESIGN PROCESS
Understanding a clients market is crucial to Huisman Creative and we try to understand your market the best we can through our research process and asking questions before we even present an idea to you, generally our process of working is illustrated below, although sometimes you just have to break the ol' rules too: