Rianne van de Rijt — The Working Title Project
       
     
 This resulted in the exploration of my own and others creative process, through in-depth enquiry and collaboration. Through interviews I questioned designers, these findings are published in the book: ‘The Working Title Project’. 
       
     
 Throughout the publication we see how features designers reach visual solutions and solve the problems that arise within their projects. This uncovers the explorations, realizations and anticipations of various design stages.
       
     
 The ‘Diary’ gives insight into the creative process that happened behind the creation of the publication. I kept track of project development and my creative (otherwise invisible) thinking. These two books share my aim to better understand what the creative process means to various designers.
       
     
 I find that most times the actual process of design is more intriguing than the final piece. Unfinished work holds more potential and anticipation to grow and evolve into something else that, I think, is the beauty of creativity.  rianrijtjes@hotmail.com
       
     
Rianne van de Rijt — The Working Title Project
       
     
Rianne van de Rijt — The Working Title Project

Through this project I was able to delve into my interests and curiosity about the relationship between designers and their design process. I set out to uncover the design process, which often stays hidden for the public eye.

 This resulted in the exploration of my own and others creative process, through in-depth enquiry and collaboration. Through interviews I questioned designers, these findings are published in the book: ‘The Working Title Project’. 
       
     

This resulted in the exploration of my own and others creative process, through in-depth enquiry and collaboration. Through interviews I questioned designers, these findings are published in the book: ‘The Working Title Project’. 

 Throughout the publication we see how features designers reach visual solutions and solve the problems that arise within their projects. This uncovers the explorations, realizations and anticipations of various design stages.
       
     

Throughout the publication we see how features designers reach visual solutions and solve the problems that arise within their projects. This uncovers the explorations, realizations and anticipations of various design stages.

 The ‘Diary’ gives insight into the creative process that happened behind the creation of the publication. I kept track of project development and my creative (otherwise invisible) thinking. These two books share my aim to better understand what the creative process means to various designers.
       
     

The ‘Diary’ gives insight into the creative process that happened behind the creation of the publication. I kept track of project development and my creative (otherwise invisible) thinking. These two books share my aim to better understand what the creative process means to various designers.

 I find that most times the actual process of design is more intriguing than the final piece. Unfinished work holds more potential and anticipation to grow and evolve into something else that, I think, is the beauty of creativity.  rianrijtjes@hotmail.com
       
     

I find that most times the actual process of design is more intriguing than the final piece. Unfinished work holds more potential and anticipation to grow and evolve into something else that, I think, is the beauty of creativity. rianrijtjes@hotmail.com