by Tom Bosschaert

Dec. 2, 2014

Tom Bosschaert

You love user interfaces, you dream about them, can't stop talking about them, and are the first to note that UIX and UID are different things. You want to put your skills to work on the stuff you see in sci-fi movies, and be done with the old way of interaction. You are also experienced in working as a freelancer.

Please note: This is a position for an independent professional with an entrepreneurial drive within a cooperative, for a long-term collaborative engagement. We are in the process of creating new teams and we seek help from an experienced interface designer.

We’ve been working on a fundamental new approach in analyzing systems, using advanced graphical interfaces. We are in the process of building a cutting edge software tool, for which we seek an experienced extra set of hands.

Besides the above, the following is of importance:

  • User interface design is what you love...
  • You are comfortable working as a freelancer
  • Your English writing and speaking skills are decent
  • You are punctual, precise and professional
  • You like to work on innovative, new approaches

Sounds like you? We’d love to hear from you. Please carefully read this entire webpage, and follow the procedure stated to apply

Working in a cooperative

We are a cooperative of independent entrepreneurs. We earn our living by engaging society with full responsibility and develop revolutionary projects. We work together in teams to stand stronger together. This is not for the faint of heart, so we need you to carefully consider if you can work as an independent.

When you apply, we need you to have read the entire "Work-with-us" page, and follow its instructions carefully. Fill out the questions set out on that web page to apply, supported by your CV and other documents.

Try before you buy!

If you have any questions, we can schedule a Skype meeting, or even better: join us for lunch or drinks to get a better understanding of who we are and what we do. Please send an email to to apply for one of the following events:


Dec. 2, 2014