Looking at, and working with, representation of images on the web – the display and relations of images in a flexible and responsive web page. A page defined by a changing (device independent) ‘frame’.
A one week workshop with David and the first year Graphic Design students of the Gerrit Reitveld Academie, with the aim to create a set of unsolicited design proposals to the Rijksmuseum, showing a variety of ways works in their collection could be represented online.
New website, and some identity work, for the poetry stage Perdu in Amsterdam. One special focus was how to deal with 30 years of archive material, and how to create a way to enter it.
Visually, I wanted to see if something (other than the usual loading spinner) could be done during the waiting time between pages. Ideally to make it part of the visual identity instead of accounting it as lost space.
Portfolio website for Zhana Ivanova
A website with a unicode world-clock for the (mostly) Melbourne-based Architects SIBLING.
Please be a bit patient with the loading times, it is hosted in Australia.
A website to show the works of the artists in residence at De Ateliers in Amsterdam. Replacing the annual printed exhibition catalogue with a website.
This is one take on how to deal with the ongoing dilemma of pages vs. scrolling on the web.
There are a lot of things going on in the beursschouwburg in Brussels, so a big part of the work was finding structures that fit their programme.
Visually, it's the first time I use some form of grid with a vertical tempo, and I think that might happen again, in one way or another.
The first entirely intentionally mobile-friendly website, this project was the turning point when all sites needed to work on phones as well.
For the Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011 I got the chance to try some things with the 'fold' (the difference between the immediately visible area, and what is visible after scrolling). And in general, a bit more focus on the surface and spatial structuring than, say, cognitive structures.
Website for Galerie Fons Welters. Programming by artbutler.com.
The typeface is generally unspecified as sans-serif, so in most cases it will be viewed in Helvetica on macs, Arial on a PC or perhaps Droid Sans on the phone.
Portfolio website for photographer Corriette Schoenaerts. If you can, please use a large external monitor when viewing.
Portfolio website for Luna Maurer. Using algorithm-based image placement so the layout keeps its' characteristics regardless of the screen size. (Although today, you can do something almost similar but a lot easier using flexbox)
Website for the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. It is a combination of a regular hierarchical website and an open publishing platform for anyone within the academy to publish images, text and videos in their own name. With Alexander Shoukas and Kjartan Fridriksson.
Website for the temporary café and gallery 'Popup Cafe'. With Per Törnberg.