I like to work closely with designers as they have a keen eye for aesthetics. I see it as my job to copy the design into a pixel-perfect state.
|skills||Vanilla JS, CSS, HTML, Wordpress, Gravity forms|
|description||There's this feature on the site where a visitor can generate a quotation. This was the most challenging part because this component is used throughout the site, in slightly different variations. I kept everything in the gravityforms DRY. Great succes!|
The NRC website got redesigned, and I supported in a team of 5. In this high-energy environment code quality was critical.
|skills||SASS, JS, NPM, Webpack, Git, BEM Methodology|
|description||The website needed to support IE9, so no flexbox. I built parts of the homepage, paywall and alert banners.|
I worked on refactoring a project that specifically focused on writing new style framework for the homepages for the homepage of twinfield.
|skills||CSS, PHP, jQuery, Wordpress, Git, Responsive, cross-browser|
|description||There was a lot of hardcoded content, which was quite challenging. Also, this project also focused on fixing cross-browser compatibility. Lukkien has some great testers that do a great job. I like this level of quality.|
I helped an agency completely refactor a website. This was a running project for more than a year. This project was a whole lot of cleaning out code, image resizing, creating consistent margins, cropping and optimizing images. And writing documentation.
|skills||PHP, JS, CSS, Wordpress, Illustrator, After Effects|
|description||I remember the most challenging part of the project is creating a textblock on every page that had a complex shape. It needed to grow in size without stretching. I got it to work with some gradients and an svg.|
Defining business goals leads to a clear understanding of the why and how of a website. and training in content management and copywriting.
|skills||PHP, SASS, JS, Responsive, Wordpress, Git|
|description||Designing and building a theme for Wordpress from scratch always comes with specific challenges. I started out with a starter theme, SASS installation and mobile first approach.|
Refactoring and maintenance on a website for an animation studio
|skills||PHP, JS, CSS, Wordpress|
|description||It's common for editing a website more than maintaining one. The most challenging part of this project was figuring out how to disable the escaping of the right set of strings, so glyphicon could be added.|
For this project I built the website and helped the client with content management in multiple training sessions.
|skills||PHP, JS, CSS, Wordpress|
|description||Giving training in updating content is great. The site build itself was very easy, with best practices and a modern website template, secure hosting etc. In general it's been an easy ride and a great client.|
It's not often that I got the chance to be involved in a website project from day one. In this 1-on-1 project there was a need of coming up with a complete identity. In 8 sessions my client and I talked about everything from business names, how to write proper web copy to color preferences. This makes designing a website a personal experience. We defined marketing goals and visitor target groups. The website, being a tool, needs to answer to these goals.
|client||Heleen van Kemenade|
|skills||PHP, Wordpress, CSS, Illustrator, Logo design|
|description||The content needed to be easily adjusted as well, so a wordpress platform and user friendly theme were bought to fit the story. The content is split between mobile and desktop devices.|
Small websites are still websites. The avionos conference in 2016 needed a microsite, I built this Wordpress minisite from a Sketch design.
|skills||PHP, Wordpress, CSS, Responsive|
|description||A Wordpress one-pager with responsive elements.|
This website is for a client in the UK, it's a nice little presentation of a house.
|skills||PHP, Wordpress, SASS, Git, Svg, Responsive|
|description||This website has some neat deployment. The server runs a git hook that detects incoming git pushes, then does a git checkout. This way, no github is needed. I should do that more often.|