Current projects

2017

Mono (est. 2015)
Mono is an interface design company. We help shape the experience of digital products. I founded Mono together with my partner Xavier Bertels. We are currently building the team and working on a ton of interesting projects.
Keynote Extractor (est. 2016)
A tool to create better HTML exports out of Keynote.
Bedrock (est. 2016)
Bedrock is a powerful static site generator to create advanced HTML prototypes.

Archive

2016

Drie Keer
A music blog about the Belgian music scene (in Dutch)
iPad Pro research
For about a month I wrote a lot of blog posts about the iPad Pro, trying to use it for productivity purposes. I failed but it was interesting nonetheless.
Effective User Interface Design with HTML Prototyping – Frontend United
Slides for a talk given at the Frontend United conference in Ghent.
The Good, The Bad and The Interesting in UI design
Slides for a talk given at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam.

2015

Kana Master
iPhone application to learn the Japanese hiragana and katakana character sets.
Talk: Understanding User Interface Design (UX Talk Tokyo)
A 30 minute talk in which I explain what the work of a user interface designer entails.
An Introduction to Designing Universal Windows Platform applications
I was excited about Windows 10 and researched everything I could to compile this article that provides designers with an introduction on how to design for the new UWP context.
UI thoughts
Quick, unedited and raw thoughts on UI design
5 games we loved at Tokyo Indie Fest 2015
My first mini documentary. Learned a lot about video editing in the process.

2014

Your friendly guide to Japan – やさしい日本ガイド
After travelling to Japan I decided to write a bit about Japan. This is a very unfinished guide as one can’t possibly cover the whole of Japan in a travel guide without making it a full-time job. However, I am keeping it online as some people find it useful.
Clank (offline)
Clank was a UI framework focussed on HTML/CSS components for mobile apps.
Wolf’s Little Store (version 5) (offline)
The 5th and final iteration of the Wolf’s Little Store website. Xavier joins as partner.
CS50 (offline)
Raving about an online course to learn Computer Science. My interest did not last very long but I did learn some basic C.

2013

Wolf’s Little Store (version 4) (offline)
The fourth iteration, focussing on interface design for applications.

2012

Designing better user interfaces
A presentation on the usability of common interface elements e.g. select boxes, maps and lightboxes.
Johan Ronsse Photography
A brief stint as a photographer. I realized I didn’t want to start at the bottom of the ladder as a photographer while UI design was my true love. However, I’m glad that I have the skills I learned. Reviewed various mirrorless cameras in the process.

2011

Designing for iOS
I started to become interested in application design for touch screens. This presentation details the design process of ConcertWall, an app to find the best concerts in your area.
Design for Developers
A presentation to grasp the basics of design for developers. Somehow this got more than 150 000 views on Slideshare which led to me making more presentations.
Guide to New York City (offline)
Some tips on visiting New York. Some of this might be horribly outdated so YMMV.

2010

Wolf’s Little Store (version 3) (offline)
Wolf’s Little Store is now an official company. This version of the portfolio features various kinds of work while I was figuring out my direction as a newborn freelancer.

2009

2009: A Year in Review (offline)
A follow-up of 2008’s editorial design experiment.
Wolf’s Little Store – Version 2 (offline)
The 2nd iteration of the website, this time in Dutch. With more experiments in editorial design and per-article layouts.

2008

2008: A Year in Review (offline)
A first real editorial design experiment.
Catalog of Visual Interestingness (offline)
A blog with found images. Before Tumblr image blogs were cool.

2007-2008

Wolf’s Little Store – Version 1 (offline)
While working for my first agency job I wrote about web design. At the time I was obsessed with learning how to work productively with the myriad of tools you need to make websites, so this is mostly about that.