Matthew Adeney  

News & Media
    › Het Parool
    › de Volkskrant
    › Trouw
    › De Morgen
    › HUMO
    › Libelle
    › TU Delft

The Vault

    › Karres en Brands
    › Zaida Oenema
    › Dataflex
    › Veteranendag
    › Muziekgebouw
    › Rock Rally
    › YPF Festival
    › NLRF 2013
    › Korzo
    › Borders
    › KABK

Matthew is a digital product designer working in Amsterdam with 10+ years experience in digital design and brand identity. I've worked with studio's such as Lava, Silo and Ontwerpwerk. Currently I'm designing online editorial experiences in Belgium and The Netherlands for leading news brands + magazines such as de Volkskrant, Het Parool, Trouw, Libelle, HUMO and De Morgen at DPG Media.


De Morgen

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It’s very clear why you should read De Morgen. De Morgen offers an enlightening view of the news, both at home and abroad, as well as open-minded reports about what is going on in society and in the world of politics, culture and media. The editorial team consists of top journalists who make a difference with reporting that goes deeper than normal, but which is also accessible and human. With its own news, investigative journalism, sharp opinions and high-profile interviews, the newspaper is more firmly grounded than ever.

De Morgen provides clarity, especially in these turbulent times. The newspaper looks beyond the issues of the day and dares to embrace alternative ideas. An approach that is greatly appreciated by a contemporary reading audience looking for reliable reporting, background, and insights about the news. De Morgen is therefore the youngest and most attractive quality newspaper in the country. It is also appreciated abroad as De Morgen’s design has won several international prizes.
De Morgen print run 274.750 / edition  

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