Stefan Velthuys

UI Designer / Frontend Developer

Stefan “Velthy” Velthuys is our Designer and Frontend Developer focussing on the visual side of things. He believes that a usable product can and should look beautiful to achieve a maximum of positive user experience.

What he does

He spends most of his time designing interfaces, websites, and web apps. But don’t take him for an ordinary designer fearing and avoiding code. With his background in frontend, he lives and breathes responsive design, always pushing the boundaries of the frontends and interfaces he designs and builds.

When it comes to understanding the clients’ needs and desires and transforming them into beautiful designs, there is no better man for the job. His designs work in browsers and not only in graphic programs. Another key strength of him is to deliver a good cross-device experience.

Having worked in an email marketing agency, he also knows his way around html emails. Although this isn’t his main focus anymore, he still gets a satisfied look on his face if somebody tells the story of how he was once called a “mobile email guru” by CampaignMonitor.

His latest blog posts

A focus week got us our new (WordPress) website

This post was written in WordPress. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, since we are a WordPress agency. But for the last couple of years, this website was rarely updated and there was a good reason for that.

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Selected projects

Blog for CSS Versicherung

CSS Insurance is one of Switzerland’s biggest health insurance companies and provides its assured customers with a print magazine every quarter, featuring the lastet on nutrition, sport and health.

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Magazine for Swisscom

Previously called “SME Business World”, the Swisscom magazine provides small and medium sized businesses in Switzerland with insights and articles around management, technology, marketing, finance and more.

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Magazine for SBB CFF FSS

The Blog of the Swiss Federal Railways has been around for quite some time. Since our first redesign in 2013, we continued to provide our services for the editorial team.

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