Layout of your PhD thesis

A PhD, you make just once in a lifetime. So it should look good! A professional and original look makes your thesis easily readable and gives a strong impression. While it is the first PhD for you, I can rely on 30 years of experience in the graphic support of theses. I take care of the visual aspect, so you can concentrate on the content.

These stages are usually crossed with the printing of draft versions in small numbers for peer review and external jury.
I take care of the pre-press (follow-up of the printing process) so that as a PhD student you can focus on your defense.

I try to give the book a certain character, a theme. The same graphic theme can be implemented in the presentation at your defense to look consistent. The invitation for the defense can also be made in the same style.

Finally, on the day, I can take care of a professional photo shoot.

An overview of how I can graphically support your PhD thesis can be found here.

Examples: click on the thumbnail to open the pdf

PaquePhD Kristel Paque: cover and chapter 9

WautersPhD Maarten Wauters: cover and chapter 4

EyskensPhD Jan Eyskens: cover and chapter 1

ChapellePhD Thiéry Chapelle: invitation, cover and chapter 5

AertsPhD Olivier Aerts: cover and chapter 5

SermeusPhD Luc Sermeus: cover and chapter 6

SmetsPhD Katrien Smets: cover and sample pages

Le ClefPhD Natalie Le Clef: cover

DirinckPhD Eveline Dirinck: cover and chapter 7

BraetPhD Anja Braet KUL: cover

GloriePhD Lorenzo Glorie: cover and invitation

De SchutterPhD Tineke De Schutter: cover and invitation

VercruyssePhD Jurgen Vercruysse: cover

DillesPhD Tinne Dilles: cover and invitation

Van BerendoncksPhD An Van Berendoncks: cover, chapter fronts and invitation

Van WestPhD Dirk Van West: cover, chapter front and invitation