Vincent Vijn Interaction design, research & development

I've built my first website in 1998. Remember Webrings? Java Applets? Guestbooks? Flash intro movies? We had it all - and more. Those were the days 'because we can' was the only reason necessary to add a feature to a website.

Both me and the web have matured quite a bit since then. My personal focus shifted more to the human side of technology (user experience & interaction design) even though I still keep my development skills current.

I still love being on the front and to explore the possibilities of new technologies. Computers show up in more and more places and devices and we need to design meaningful uses for them and discover what the best way is to interact with these devices, so we can get beyond the 'just because we can' phase.

What I do

Current positions


UX designer, developer & consultant– Freelance

Helping clients to improve their UX designs, building web applications and cross-platform mobile applications and provide advice on IT and UX strategy.


Lecturer– Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Lecturing bachelor students about interaction design, ubiquitous computing, information architecture and cross-platform mobile development.


Sr. UX Consultant– IBM Interactive Experience

As an User Experience Consultant I help clients implement a user-centered design approach accross their entire organisation.


For a complete resume inlouding previous positions, please visit my LinkedIn profile.



MSc, Mediatechnology– Leiden University


Bachelor, Digital Communication– Hogeschool Utrecht


For a complete overview of my education inlouding certifications, please visit my LinkedIn profile.


  • Wireframe
  • Wireflow
  • Flowchart
  • Customer Journey
  • Persona
  • User Research
  • Usability Testing
  • Prototyping


  • JavaScript
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • PHP
  • Node.js
  • Arduino
  • Processing
  • MySQL
  • SQLight
  • Titanium
  • Cordova


  • Dutch
  • English


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