A logo and web design for a delft based expat club based on the delft blue logo, with a "subtle" hint of alcohol. My wife started this group and the previous website had the flower in use, I tried to stay within that atmosphere, but professionalized the design and blog.
This health club had a very old Plone website which desperately needed to get up to date. The design makes use of a lot of CSS3 trickery (rotation, text-shadow, box-shadow, etc) but gracefully degrades through Modernizr.
On Coursera I found the 'Human-Computer Interaction' course, given by a Stanford professor. The Timelog app is based on a linux program called gtimelog and uses Google App Engine (with Python 2.7) to implement a web based way to keep track of tasks over time.
The web design for this site is based on a preference of the client for the Delft website and their logo.
Lithography workshop Obelisk needed to have an update of their web design. This design is based on the stacks of heavy weight paper lying about the workshop. A nice easter-egg / gimmick in this website is hovering over the site logo in a CSS animation ready browser.
Drumming is one of my passions and Horny God is my current band. The website has been renewed and all biblical links have been removed, since the name is referring to several nature gods. Although this is a somewhat tastless remodelling of the 'Holy bible', I still like the idea behind the design. The pageholders are the navigation and it really works like flipping though a book, though just in pure html, no fancy flash stuff.
Logo and website design implementation for my wife her dog behavior specialist practice. It makes use of the thematic framework. The design is based on a preference for maroon and teal, and our dog graciously scratching himself behind the ear.
The ladies of OhMyDog! dog training school wanted a blackboard feel and a surprised looking dog. I designed the website and the dog icon. This website makes use of Twitter Bootstrap, to get maximum results in the minimum time.
My own website has been one of the stable outputs of design and experimentation. I am starting here since I nearly have more designs for my site than actual blogposts.
Lithography workshop Obelisk asked me to design a website based on their new logo. The website should hopefully disappear soon, since the new one has been up for about a year.
The website of the late RightBackEdje, also one of my bands, has been designed in the theme of Zwitsal baby products, this to show the maturity of the band and it's music.
Pop-Punk band Cooper from the Hague asked me to design their website based on their "Makes Tomorrow Alright" CD cover. The cover shows a boy in bed in his bedroom. Staying within the style of the drawing (helped by the source files), I turned their website into an interactive bedroom. The bookshelf is the navigation (books tip forward on hover) and the amplifier shows the currently planned shows. Content itself was shown in the boy's dream cloud.
Educommons is an educational support framework to share lesson plans through the web. The challenge in this project was styling an existing framework within an existing house-style.