The founder of Bolden and designer who focuses on strategic UI/UX to make sure that beautiful design is user friendly and functional.
Tech. Business Administration, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam
The founder of Bolden and developer who blazingly fast translates your concept into the right technical approach and architecture.
Interactive Media, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam
Designer by heart. Started in print, but joined the user focussed online sphere. She will create the perfect colour, alignment, or element that makes the difference.
Visual Communication, Renoir & Estienne (France)
We call him the human sponge, always looking for more to learn - in a superhuman rate. Specializing in Front-end coding, but also taking Back-end functionality into his realm.
Political Science, University of Amsterdam
Straight outta Vienna, Philipp reached out to Bolden, amazed us with his portfolio, and within three months he packed his stuff and moved to Amsterdam to work his magic here!
Information Design, University of Applied Sciences Graz (Austria)
Elwin is a dedicated back-end developer with the most contagious laugh ever.
He's keen on handeling clients himself, holding the phone in one hand and coding with the other.
Software Engineering, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam
ArnoPaul's super positive vibe — and his ability to live through the jokes that juniors typically endure, quickly made him part of the team! Next to picking up speed and showing off his skills of course.
Communication and Multimedia Design, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam
Just started and already putting his mark on our codebase with some ultra clean code. We wonder what this software architect in the making will bring in the Bolden future!
Information Sciences, VU Amsterdam & Applied Information Sciences, Macedonia University (Greece)
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