See art in a completely different way
Operate a home care company, for happy clients or happy profits
Digital storytelling for a leading quality newspaper
A data science course for non-programmers
A game that gets you to the top of the Chinese food chain.
Can a neural network generate Arnon Grunberg’s columns?
How would the Dutch parliament look with a different electoral system?
What would it be like if an algorithm could tell you a story, simply by looking at yourself?
Seventeen multimedia stories about the “Italian Tour de France”
HAD TO ALL CAPS THIS!!!!!! NO MORE RULES…. MAKE YOUR OWN RULES…
An audiovisual guided tour through the depot of this museum.
Surf the web like it’s 1996
Find out which Donald Trump suits you best
An audio story about the Greyhound bus
A collection of 9000 selfies.
What’s your sin?
Multimedia longread about drugs.
Generates an endless supply of intelligent headlines.
Because “Oil Service / US 1975 / Beach Club no. 42901” sucks.
The lost generation of China
Stories with spectacular drone footage
The best things in life, combined
Catify your Google Analytics
Get the face of a total stranger for ten seconds
What if you could enter a machine that put a price tag on your body? And that determined your life expectancy and illnesses?
A trove of audiovisual history.
A fresh piece of art, every day.
Live infographics of Piratepad notes for a heritage conference.
Because social is the new contextual.
Innovative websites for a Dutch public broadcaster.
Connecting the National Library and Archive to the free encyclopedia.
Turn any website into a sympathy card.
Make a kinetic piece of art from every website.
Manage your own museum.
A very frustrating game.
Frustrated? The Godverdehoeren-button gives relief. Works on every site!
Read a confession from a previous visitor, but only after you leave your own.
An experiment in digital storytelling.
A list of free/open-source software i wrote
I made a piece of art, every day.
Another liberal hobby.
A useless personal coach for management solutions
Translates every Dutch sentence into ‘Balkenende-speak.’