Testimonials

KHNUM can help. Because I think that many designers purely create intuitively. I know many of my designers who make beautiful things but can not explain to the customer why they made it like that. And a client who is not willing to believe your word and wants to know where you have based things … Continue reading Edo Van Dijk, Edenspiekermann Amsterdam – NL

Edo Van Dijk, Edenspiekermann Amsterdam – NL

Certainly we will use KHNUM, especially if we have to cut it close. It can thus be an enrichment to get the message across in our visual communication, because it goes sometimes badly wrong. As a result you do terrible things that, in my opinion, even damage the image.

Geert Roels, digital coordinator and advisor – Ghent University Library – BE

The content of this exercise appears compelling and would be of great interest to many of my undergraduate students.

Steven Hunt , multimedia lecturer – University of Central England – UK

Because in the coming years the influence of India and China on the world economy will increase. Gigantically large home markets that have a potential sales. As a designer we are very interested in what the opening up of these markets will mean for colors and form language, for associations.

Edo Van Dijk, Edenspiekermann Amsterdam – NL

The fact that your knowledge is brought together to consult and ask advice, I think that is certainly useful. Surely the international context is interesting. A question would be, can you check the colors for use in those and those countries, for that and that sector. Imagine that tomorrow we have to design a logo … Continue reading Nicoline Spruyt, Bruno Wuyts – Brandhome – Antwerp – BE

Nicoline Spruyt, Bruno Wuyts – Brandhome – Antwerp – BE

I believe the design education potentials that could be offered by KHNUM would be of major importance, in terms of integration in future curriculum design. Amazing and truly exciting possibilities await publication.

Roger Flatt, lector graphic design – Lowestoft Suffolk – UK

We are very interested in an application that provides information about meaning. It continues to fascinate us. You feel that times change and knowledge is always something that you should try to acquire. Only recently we are talking about interior design. It is very pleasant to think about that. Colors are so essential to painting … Continue reading Geert Driesen, architect – awg architects – Antwerp – BE

Geert Driesen, architect – awg architects – Antwerp – BE

It sounds interesting, there are students who are going to move on professionally, and it would be good if they have a notion about the meaning of visual language.

Hilde Brabants, teacher general visual education – Academy Lier – BE

If there would be some kind of manual, or encyclopedia you can fall back on. To just have your first idea. Once you have the trigger you’re gone but sometimes you can brood on it for a few days. Usually because these are things that are more diverse or when the question comes up shortly, … Continue reading Geert Roels, digital coordinator and advisor – Ghent University Library – BE

Geert Roels, digital coordinator and advisor – Ghent University Library – BE

The structure of your website is very clear and logical, so the user-friendliness is very high. The first click through was very pleasant although it was a bit confusing at first because the database contains so much information. After reading me briefly, I could easily find my way and quickly find the information I wanted. … Continue reading Corinna Spreen, interior architect – DE

Corinna Spreen, interior architect – DE

The application sounds comprehensive. But it must be user-friendly and practical to be used as teaching aid. Yes I think it can be usefull to the teachers and students. We surely will take a subscription.

Nur Hidayah, Dean of design – Lasalle School of Design – Singapore