Aagje Reynders loves creating new things: UI's at work, cosplays at home..

Aagje Reynders is a front-end developer at Wheelhouse

Q&A

To get to know who we are and what kind of person we are, we ask a few questions. Here are the questions and answers of Aagje Reynders

Describe yourself using only emojis:

🐍🍕🖤💀

What's your favourite anime?

Jojo Bizarre Adventure

What's your most challenging cosplay?

Why did you start coding?

When I was 14 years old, I played this Runescape remake with friends and met the person who made it, I was really interested in how he managed to code it. So I started to look things up and learned myself how to program.

Fun fact:

As a kid I was really impressed how my father could “talk to computers”. Thats how he explained me what he was doing. Little did I know that he was just using Command prompt. Not as exciting as I remember it was!

My desk layout

Latest recommendations

  1. lookup.design

    Lookup is an easy tool to look up examples of design components from different websites. If you need some inspiration or want to compare different designs with each other, this is the place to be!

  2. Carbon Design System

    Carbon Design System is a great example when working on your design system and guidelines. When designing a new component, I often do some research about UX and how things should look; this is one of the places I go to and read their documentation. They also have a Storybook (React, Vue.js and Angular), so when developing, I sometimes check that out as well.

  3. Figma - Website Wireframing (Streamlined)

    Author: Karl Rombauts

    I love using Figma, but I am still looking for a good workflow while making designs. This video inspired me with some great component ideas to make wireframes or designs faster.

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Aagje Reynders loves creating new things: UI's at work, cosplays at home.
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