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

Aagje Reynders is a front-end developer at Wheelhouse


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. Into Design Systems 2021

    In March, I participated in the "Into Design Systems" online conference. The conference handles topics on designing, creating systems, and UX. I definitely learned more about Design System principles, such as accessibility. There will be a follow-up conference in September, so stay tuned!

  2. Dungeon Alchemist

    I do love playing Dungeons and Dragons, this month I came across this cool Kickstarter that will generate themed maps and rooms with AI. Fun Fact, it's even a Belgian company!

  3. CSS Specifishity

    This website offers a really fun way to explain specificity in CSS. It basically covers why an ID overrules a classname, and a classname overrules a selector. However, you probably know the basics... But I never realised that an ID would also overrule a classname + :hover. So, if you are curious about it, definitely check out more information here!

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Aagje Reynders loves creating new things: UI's at work, cosplays at home.
Rafaël Mindreau loves experimenting and beautiful interfaces, music and food too.
Roel Goossens has a passion for creating, be it on the workbench, in the kitchen or in his IDE.
Daren Malfait brings front-end to life and tries to stay healthy with exercise.
Ward Poel is a full-stack developer that kicks your ass in ping-pong
Olivier De Wit is founder and only has 301 kids to take care of.