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 Volkskrant 

Android Google Play

iOS App Store
© DPG Media

In the proces of designing the new digital products for de Volkskrant we worked closely together and were directed by designer Mark Porter (former creative director of The Guardian, UK edition of Wired).

de Volkskrant believes that good journalism enriches its readers’ lives. Enabling them to see more, understand issues better, build empathy, participate, and become inspired. de Volkskrant, for those looking to understand how the world works. To be informed; objectively and with authority. Allowing them to form opinions that matter. For a readership that likes to be kept up to date on interesting developments that add colour to their life.

Our broad portfolio allows readers to access de Volkskrant’s quality journalism - always and everywhere. Everything de Volkskrant has to offer is available through the website, 24/7 on the mobile app, or the interactive edition for tablet and digital paper on all platforms. And of course, the paper edition, with the daily, good-humoured V-section and an extra thick Saturday edition including our Volkskrant Magazine.

de Volkskrant online 3.502.000 / month
de Volkskrant print run 665.000 / edition

*Associate Designer for de Volkskrant digital products Mark Porter

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