My attempt to improve orientation in Figma using a Nintendo Switch controller and its gyroscope and accelerometer readings. It's OK, not great, but it was fun to try it anyway.
My best main navigation to date. That's all I am going to say about it.
Wireframes of a custom power-user tool enabling efficient addition of numerous products. Users knew the IDs from printed catalogs or previous orders. (They really did) The tool also supports easy copy-paste functionality from Excel.
Presentation highlights: managing redirects and language suggestions for a localized .com domain, incorporating insights from experts. Final brief to align client stakeholders, third-party SEO experts, content, marketing, and multiple development teams.
A streamlined B2B ecommerce cart component that combines multiple item sizes for efficient scanning of large orders, featuring states, micro animations, stock info, and back order options.
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One of 5 concepts to connect client A with client B and both their specialisms into a single user journey.
Service and support page with KPI to push for chats over calls.
I've mapped my PlayStation controller buttons to cover all mouse and keyboard features, incorporating around 290 shortcuts. This setup has been my daily driver for 3 years at DEPT up until 2021
Fun fact: I don't have a playstation.
PS: this video has audio.
My (short) venture in to crypto world with an income tracker for gamers who earn money by playing P2E games. And yes that was a thing before the crash.
Did a lot for this client. But this is still my proudest part of the app. A few lines of text to inform students they are legally allowed to go to a study board 'examencommissie' and help them in doing so. This has no business benefit for the uni but they did it anyway.
About 950 slides of a project made for 'stakeholder' management purposes. Would take 24 hours to talk you through it. Would do it again.
Streaming service inspired carousel with games and gameplay content and all the best practice UX elements in place
T9 Typing with a gamepad. This is of course a keyboard version (v9.0001) of my playstation project. It is based on the old school T9 keyboards except that it is better explained as a T4 variant.
It was intended to type short copy like CTA's like 'continue to payment'. This was the only version that I also used to type emails and design documentation.
Don't mind the visual design, it's from 2011. An animal shelter donation form. It is the only design and code from that era that I both remember and still like.
Roadside assistance app for a Dutch insurance company. Based on your location we could be 98% sure where you are. But being on the highway or next to it on a parallel road is a world of difference. It took me quite a while to get this final shape and I love it.
A draft to manage a schedule for living room temperatures to help users save energy in the long run.