2020 has passed, what a crazy year! Now, everyone has high expectations of 2021. Let’s do a small retrospective. Look at what has passed, what we can learn from it and what the future might bring!
I’ve been using Things for a while now. But I felt I did not use it to it’s fullest potential. So this weekend I updated my workflow. In this post, I’ll tell you what I did and how I use Things to improve my productivity.
Another year, another PHPBenelux. This year, on the 24th and the 25th of January, it was the 11th edition. In this post I look back on what was another fun edition of this conference!
Around this time I always see a lot of people creating new posts about their previous year. In my quest for creating more content, I wanted to create that kind of post as well. But I wanted it to be different. So I’m doing a 2019 personal retrospective.
To build this site I used my User Experience Design training to determine what I exactly needed to build. This post is a summary of that research document.
I’m delighted to announce that I will be giving a workshop on User Experience Design at PHPBenelux 2020.
I opted for creating my own website. Not owned by any platform like Medium, dev.to. In this post I explain why I did this and why you should too.
When I was younger I got bullied, badly. In this very personal post I delve deeper into my past to show you how it changed me and how I try to deal with that.
When creating a product it is important to have a good product vision. After all you need to know what exactly it is you’re going to build. In this post I introduce you to the Kano model for reaching that point of knowing what to build.
We all have so many ideas. Time to act upon them.