When I tell people I’m a product developer, they usually think of me as a graphic designer. If you’ve read some of my other posts, you probably know by now that this is not the same. I am not a graphic designer. However, I do enjoy creating something printable every now and then.
In this case, I was asked to help my dear friend Jaike Praagman out with a cover for her PhD thesis.
Please continue reading to see the result.
This post is about the new TIQ marketing website we launched last week. I think this is the best version of the TIQ marketing website we have made up to today:
This post is a quick writeup to give you an idea of how we approached the redesign and the development process.
This post is about the SunBin, my graduation project for my Industrial Design Engineering degree in 2010. It was featured in the Dutch Jeugdjournaal (Kids News) and this will give you a quick introduction to the project:
In this post I will shortly explain what the SunBin is, the development process and achievements with this project.
This post is about a startup I’ve co-founded in 2012: Mixblocks B.V.
Before getting to the details, we have created a short video to illustrate how Mixblocks works:
In this post I will shortly explain what Mixblocks is, how it works and why we decided to pull the plug after 2 years.
Jekyll has built-in support for tagging of pages and posts, but doesn’t provide any functionality to create tag clouds. Because this is so common, there is a nice plugin for it: jekyll-tagging.
When upgrading to Jekyll 3.3.1 I found that the plugin stopped working. So I decided to cook my own simple solution to get it to work. In this post I’ll shortly explain how I solved it.