Hi there! I am Claudia Reynders and I love creating digital products that bring joy to people's lives.
I am a (junior) front-end developer with a working experience in product/project management and a very big interest in User Experience. To give you a better idea of my front-end skills, I see myself more as a regular front-end developer or UI-engineer rather than a full-stack developer.
I am curious by nature and always willing to learn new things, since I am a strong believer of lifelong learning. And after being in the industry for a while now, I realized more and more that I want to continue training my UX design skills and knowledge. What I have learned so far, feels like it's only the tip of the iceberg.
Apart from that, I also want to tell you about something else that excites me! Not so long ago I came up with the idea to build a community for women who code in Belgium. So, together with two other great ladies I founded women.code(be). Our goal is to encourage and support female developers in Belgium by giving them a place to unite and by organizing tech focused meetups.
At the moment I am open for new opportunities! So don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions.Get in touch
2017 - ongoing
Product Manager (remote)
The Parking Lot (9 o'clock somewhere)
Front-end / JS Developer
November Five (formerly Appstrakt)
Street Art Belgium
Web Developer intern
2012 (4 month internship)
UX & Interaction Design
Howest - Kortrijk
Powering Up With React
Web Development (PHP)
VDAB - Antwerp
“If you can't solve a problem, it's because you're playing by the rules”
Some personal facts that I like to share with you
The quote right above this section is one of my favourites
It reminds me of how I managed to solve some problems when the traditional approach didn’t work.
I have a thing for Tiki mugs (and cocktails)
One of my goals is to visit tiki bars over the world. So far I only visited four...
I love to travel and work remotely
My favourite destinations so far are London, Canada and the Greek Islands!
I enjoy writing about various topics
but mostly spend time writing board game and retro video game reviews.
I host board game nights for small groups of friends on a frequent base
The offline bonding in combination with challenging games are my favourite pastime.