I started my design career in Rotterdam. Where I studied: Communication and Multimedia Design at the University of Applied Sciences.
Passion for design
I loved designing things, so I started a YouTube channel to improve my skills. This forced me to create something new every week and made me a little bit better with every video.
Working with WordPress
I had heard of WordPress before but never really dug into it. This changed when I decided that I was time to broaden my skills so I could make my design projects come to live in websites.
How do you work Rino?
I always follow specific steps when I’m working on a design project. In this way I can keep everything organised and it creates moments to talk about the project with my clients.
In the first part of the project I mostly ask questions and talk with my clients about what they want. I want to get a super clear picture of what they want and need. Only then can I deliver a product that both parties are happy with.
What do I use?
I like to use the latest software for my projects, so I know there is nothing better to use for my clients. These are the platforms that I use on a regular basis.
Questions I get often
I often get asked the same questions. I’ve put the most common in this section.
Yes! I think this is one of the points that makes me stand out from other people who sell websites. Since I use the latest software it’s very easy to edit the text, images and other content on the pages. You can almost change everything if you want to.
I accept projects that start at $4000 or €3000. The final price depends on your needs and wants, the design and the functionality. Let me know what you are looking for via the inquiry page.
You. I don’t own anything of the website. If you want I can give you full admin rights, so you can even delete me as you want. You pay for the website, so it’s your property.
The only thing that I want is to put the website in my portfolio if I want to.
Approximately 2-3 months. This mainly depends on the different revisions rounds that we have to go through to get a good result.