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Week 331

Hope you had a lovely Christmas. Due to the holidays this was a very short week for us. Alper continued to put the final touches on an upcoming release of Cuppings. He also fulfilled some more Bycatch orders. Other than this we took care of some end-of-the-year administrative stuff and that’s about it. Have a […]

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Week 330

With the big push I reported on last week behind us, we took it easy in week 330. Alper took some time off and headed to Amsterdam where he checked out some new spots for Cuppings. He also continued to take care of Bycatch fulfilment. I finished our work with State of Flux on project […]

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Week 327, 328 and 329

It’s been quiet around here due to a big push on wrapping up our current client engagements before the end of the year. Most of our time was spent on HENDO. I headed over to Berlin to spend a few days with Alper in the same room, filling whiteboards as we worked towards a design […]

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Week 320

This week was a change of pace from the few quiet ones preceding it: plenty of meetings, work sessions and events with project work picking up again as well. On Tuesday, I headed to Nijmegen to close off project KOKORO with the client. KOKORO is a digital coach for adolescent mental health. We reviewed the […]

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Week 318

Let’s start at the end. On Thursday and Friday I participated in a two-day workshop on the future of energy at FreedomLab. Meanwhile, Alper moved apartments. I learned a lot about the nuts and bolts of our energy system and came away optimistic about the switch to renewables. Alper learned a lot about how to […]

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Week 317

A quiet week for once, now that we have wrapped up most of the current projects on deck. The slower pace took some getting used to even though it is a welcome change from the constant pressure of the past few months. On the Free Birds front, we made some final fixes to the build […]

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Week 316

Another week largely taken up by Free Birds. The whole team (Alper, Tim, Niels and myself) worked together on finishing another release, which we did with only a small bit of overtime on Friday. With each sprint we learn more about the intricacies of Unity’s UI system. We also delivered a spec and a budget […]

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Week 315

Last week once again was very much a heads down kind of week. Alper more or less exclusively worked on Free Birds. We also talked to the client about the next phase of the project, which kicks in after we finish this sprint, and involves scaling up to multiple museums. Furthermore, we prepared a bug […]

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Week 314

This week’s big project was finishing a second version of the KOKORO prototype. Alper and I spent a couple of days writing javascript, html and sass, as well as good old copy. By Friday we had managed to complete most of the items in our backlog, and were quite satisfied with the result. Next up […]

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Week 313

The big one this week as in the weeks before was Free Birds. After a suitable amount of UI wrangling, bug hunting (and squashing) we delivered the first public beta on schedule at the end of the week. It is now playable in Airborne Museum. I am super proud of what the team has achieved, […]

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