A year ago we revived Studio Wolf, today we are excited to present our new logo.
Als je begint aan je onderneming neem je best wat risico. Als het dan niet lukt, ben je waarschijnlijk best wat geld en tijd kwijt. Maar voor sommige is het falen nog het ergste, je lijkt dan niet zo perfect meer.
Wat kun je verwachten tijdens deze aflevering? It’s about product launches, deadlines and too much of the combination enthusiasm and hard work.
Maps with many point often use clusters to show dense spots. Sometimes to the frustration of the user. When should you cluster? And what are the alternatives?
For years I presented new concepts on location at the customer’s office. It often happened that I had to give the presentation several times, because someone from another department also wanted to be informed. Until 2020.
Ontsproten uit Ritzo ten Cate’s en Leonie Bais' Lekkers uit de Buurt hebben we een product gemaakt waarmee je als persoon of organisatie zelf kaartjes kunt maken. We zoeker de eerste testgebruikers.
Are we able to do this? What if our ideas don’t work? In addition to conquering a place in a new market, you also have to conquer you own mind. A few suggestions for keeping a quiet mind in uncertain times.
Choose a focus, determine your habit(s) and build a system. That’s the core of starting habits. The tricky part is to keep it up, but some guidelines can help.
What is the similarity between the city and a digital product? It is difficult for new people to find their way. As a designer of digital products, it is a challenge to empathize with new users. To help yourself getting started, imagine your product as a big unknown city.
Good to know: we talk in Dutch. What can you expect in this episode? It’s about product launches, deadlines and too much of the combination enthusiasm and hard work.
Many maps suffer from noise. Too much elements are shown which does not contribute to the purpose of the map. I talk about the origin of this problem and how we can reduce the noise.
Good to know: we talk in Dutch. What can you expect in this episode? It’s about how we reopened Studio Wolf after being closed for 5 years.
Twelve years ago we started our design agency Studio Wolf. Seven years later, it came to an end. The years after teached us valuable lessons.