Hendrik Lammers

Design & Development


Hendrik Lammers is an interactive designer/developer based in The Netherlands. He loves to create highly detailed designs and bring everything alive with clean and well-structured code. Whether it's for a client or a personal project, he always does it with great amounts of passion and dedication. Currently specializing in webdesign and front-end development, but also proficient in game design, mobile design and advertising.

Feel free to contact at lammers@gmail.com

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Het Utrechts Archief

Het Utrechts Archief website

Joomla website built at Picturae that looks especially good on tablet devices. I worked on this project as front-end developer. UX/Design was done by Pony Design Club.


Picturae Pixel

Picturae Pixel

Custom built scan software that is used at Picturae during the digitisation process of image material like photos, books and documents. My initial role consisted of UX/Design and front-end development (AngularJS), but at a later stadium I also worked on parts of the Node.js back-end.

West-Brabants Archief

Collection website for West-Brabants Archief

The West-Brabants Archief is formed by the merger of three archive organisations and Picturae was commissioned to create a new website to present their collections. My role was to design a website based on their new corporate identity as well as doing the front-end development. The website contains all of Picturae's standard components: Mediabank, Archives, Genealogy and Webexpositions.


Picturae A/V Logger

Audio/Video Logger

Software that is used to keep track of the digitisation process of audio and video material at Picturae. After being handed a small prototype I worked on this as the sole developer. It is built on a Node.js with MongoDB back-end and the front-end is written in AngularJS.

Noord-Hollands Archief

Noord-Hollands Archief website

Responsive website for the Noord-Hollands Archief for which Picturae was chosen to do the technical realisation. I was responsible for the front-end development. UX/Design was done by Pony Design Club.