The baker sometimes eats stale bread, the garage owner often drives a crappy car, the accountant may not always have his finances in order. And so every now and then I forget about updating my website.
The previous post is from February. An actual update dates back even further. So, what has been going on lately?
A major project we started work on last Summer went live in February. For Tandtechniek van Beijsterveldt in Rijen I developed, designed and built a new website (ttlvanbeijsterveldt.nl), and reworked and updated an existing website (solidbite.nl).
In 2013 I made a website for VHP Echtscheidingsbemiddeling, an activity of Van Hooft & Postema Holding BV. In 2014 we started discussing a redesign of their other company websites. These websites (vanhooftenpostema.nl and knopsassurantien.nl) went live in April. The actual build and technical aspects were done by DenK Internet Solutions. My role was supervision, design, copywriting, and consultancy. All parties involved were happy with the results, as witnessed by this article on the DenK Internet Solutions website (in Dutch – trust me, it’s a positive story).
My work for Van Hooft & Postema is not limited to the websites. These days copywriting and editing is becoming a major part of what I do. For instance, for Van Hooft & Postema we are developing a Service subscription system.
Earlier this year I set up a new webshop called trapleuningenshop.be for Belgian client Stoffers Internetbedrijven. My work for this client is very diverse. Along with developing and running the webshops it’s brand and product development, product photography, advice on internet related issues, being a soundboard on various business, strategic and marketing matters, and more.
Besides these big projects we have started or finished work on several smaller projects over the last couple of months. And new projects are on the board. More about this soon.
And suddenly it’s April. I don’t know about you, but for me Spring is the best time of the year. The studio door is open, “meetings” take place on the deck outside, the sun does wonders for the good mood. Enjoy!