Graphic Hunters is an initiative of Goof van de Winkel. He has many years of experience in developing, organising and implementing training sessions.

Goof: ”Visualizing information is a skill that is becoming increasingly important nowadays. This applies, for example, for people working in the field of communication, research, design, analysis, journalism and marketing. Today, more and more information and data is available; especially online. Moreover, this information is often more complex. How to communicate quickly and clearly in a visual way?

Understanding the possibilities to visualize information is the central focus in the sessions offered by Graphic Hunters. Graphic Hunters will teach you the essential skills of for instance graphical literacy, infographic storytelling and online data visualizations in one day or two consecutive days. The sessions are at entry level, but there are opportunities for advanced sessions as well.

National and international trainers guide you in telling a visual story. Attention is paid to practical tools, a clear design and strong narrative forms to reach your target audience. Almost every training will be taught in English. In the sessions you also learn from each other. You have the chance to interact with others in the training and extend your network”.


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Incompany training

Would you like one of the (international) trainers to deliver a training for your organisation? Please contact Graphic Hunters and ask for the possibilities. You can call, use the contact form or send an e-mail to

CO2 compensation

Graphic Hunters mainly works with trainers from abroad, who often travel by plane to the Netherlands specifically for the training. CO2 emissions from these trips will be compensated by Graphic Hunters by contributing to Trees for All (Trees for all).


More and more people are visualising information nowadays and the field is (slowly) becoming more diverse in relation to gender, age and race. Graphic Hunters is trying to pay close attention to the diversity in the field. I will try to keep this diversity in mind when organising training sessions and events. But I am always open to suggestions in order to be even more aware of the equality in the field.

In relation to this and the recent global protests, Graphic Hunters believes Black Lives Matter. As a training institute with multicultural participants and trainers, Graphic Hunters condemns structural racism and discrimination of any kind. Graphic Hunters will open and continue the conversation with participants, trainers and others involved to strive for equality and diversity.

Companies Graphic Hunters has worked with:

BN De Stem – RIVM – Omroep Zeeland – AFM – Vluchtelingenwerk Nederland – CBS – De Nederlandsche Bank – Wageningen University & Research – ING – Sanoma – Rijkswaterstaat – Maasstad ziekenhuis – Prorail – UMC Utrecht – ABN AMRO – Reaal – Gemeente Sudwest-Fryslan – Gemeente Zaanstad – Provincie Drenthe – Rabobank – Belastingdienst – De Persgroep – Ministerie van Defensie – Politie Nederland – Oikocredit International – Gemeente Groningen – Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken – Gemeente Heerhugowaard – European Commission – IKNL – Universiteit Utrecht – – HAN – PBL – GGD Noord Oost Gelderland – TU Delft – Aedes – Hogeschool Utrecht – Ineva – International Medical Corps – Financial Times – Hogeschool van Amsterdam – Waterschap Zuiderzeeland – UTZ – Philips Electronics Nederland – KRO-NCRV – Centraal Planbureau – Coca-Cola European Partners – DSM – DSW Zorgverzekeraar – Mediquest – Amsterdam Airport Schiphol – World Institute for Nuclear Security – Anne Frank Stichting – KLM – Radboud Universiteit – GGZ Nederland – T-Mobile – Elsevier