Michel Vuijlsteke


Specialises in: application design, information architecture, usability engineering 

According to his business cards Michel has been (in rough chronological order) a webmaster, internet developer, creative director (interactive), project coordinator, analyst, project manager, managing director, online communications manager, various iterations of consultant (design advisor, chief editor, information architect, UX expert — you name it), information wrangler, product owner and finally designer. He is particularly interested in large-scale, complex and/or interesting projects, with “interesting” defined as “offering the chance to learn new things”. 

In his free time Michel compulsively reads, writes, watches movies and series, cooks and gardens. He also looks forward to whenever the renovations in his house will be done. He fully expects his four children to have left the house by then.