Lytse Fjildruters



The ponyclub Lytse Fjildruters needed a new design for their website to get more members. The website is made with Wordpress so the management team can easily update the content. The content of the website is mostly basic information about the club and some information for the members only.

About Lytse Fjildruters
The ponyclub Lytse Fjildruters started in 1973. They ride every wednesday evening at 'Stoeterij Het Swarte Peart'. besides those riding lessons they also organize other fun and educational activities like mutual matches, outside rides and clinics.

The most important goal of the club is to enable the members to engage with the different facets of equestrian sport in a fun and responsible way. Each at his own level and taking into account the personal ambitions of the rider. Both the competition rider and the recreational rider can enjoy themselves at the club.




MediaPower was in need of a new website design. After a few conversations with the owner, The design was made and developed.

About MediaPower
MediaPower has been a supplier of Audio, Video and Apple products and services since 1986. As a result, they have built up many years of experience and expertise.

he success of MediaPower is mainly due to the in-house expertise that is available to every customer, large or small. A phone call or e-mail is enough to make use of that knowledge and experience!

Their motivation is simple and effective: "We want satisfied customers who come back."

MediaPower is a registered trademark.

Galopp App


in progress

For school I worked on making my own app. I wanted to create an app to use for documenting all things I need for my horse. I didn't get to finish this app yet, but I hope to publish it soon.

Kerk Wijnjewoude



The church of Wijnjewoude was in need of a new website design and someone who could take care of it. I made a new design and keep it up-to-date every now and then. It also serves as a news platform regarding informations about the rules during different stages of the Covid-Lockdown.