From Architecture...

I started studying Architecture because I was always fascinated by making things. I learned to see the opportunities of design, along with everything about form, composition, construction and materials. I experienced studying Architecture as aesthetically driven and I loved it. However, I did miss something: the interaction side to designing.

... to Industrial Design...

So I switched to Industrial Design Engineering for Design for Interaction. Here I complemented my skills with everything about user-research and user centred design, but I also discovered how awesome it is to design products that appear alive because of embedded electronics and just a few lines of code.

to designing digital experiences

Now that I am graduated I put my skills to use designing apps, digital courses, websites, electronic prototypes and 3D models. This allows me to explore where the physical world meets the digital world, while learning about coding and creating designs that focus on the experiences of users.

My Skills

Through my diverse journey I became a multi-disciplinary designer with a large variety of skills,
such as:

  • User centred-Design
  • Prototyping/ Modeling
  • Code
  • Graphic Design
  • Master
  • Expert
  • Proficient
  • Familiar
  • Beginner


Feed Me

Tracking nutrition, sleep, diapers and medicine use of your newborn.

coordinating flows with protocols

A way to provide structure to your code.


3D-printed headphone enbodiment.


A smart house that cares for you.

200th anniversary of the Dutch government

Applications for iPads in an interactive exposition.


Making digital data tangible.

From Hats To Heels

Personal branding by creating a website


A robot that is just gloomy, nothing more...

Ode to Dieter Rams

a DIY Bluetooth speaker.


1 design, 2 chairs.