Hi there! I am Claudia Reynders and I love creating digital products that bring joy to people's lives.
I am a front-end developer and UX designer, with a working experience in product/project management. You could say that I am a curious person by nature and am always willing to learn new things. That's why I'm currently taking on evening classes to specialize further in all areas related to User Experience.
Apart from that, I am exited to tell you that I founded a community for women who code in Belgium, called women.code(be). Our community goal is to encourage and support female developers in Belgium by giving them a place to unite and by organizing tech focused meetups.
So what am I looking for?
If possible, a part-time job, preferably remote or partly remote, where I can use my unique skillset. This past year I focused on learning React & Redux and the part I really love most is UI development! But at the same time I also want to dive deeper into UX, where I can focus on thinking about a product and how it should work.
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)
User Experience Designer
2018 - 2019 (currently)
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 really enjoy playing old point-and-click adventure games
I just love the riddles and puzzles! That's probably the reason why I also like escape rooms.
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.