It was love at first sight for us and ‘tech-savvy internet agency’ Q42. They’re nerds, but they’re friendly nerds. The Q42 developers aren’t just technically brilliant; they also have an excellent sense for user friendliness and design.
Sometimes our projects are technologically challenging, and for the reasons above, we then love working with ‘Q’. We often visit each other’s offices, as good friends do. For a scrum session, for example. During the yearly w00tcamp we even stay the night in order to spend a whole weekend making brand new things that nobody has asked for (yet).
The list of award-winning projects that we developed together with Q42 is getting longer and longer. One of those projects was for the Dutch Lotteries, another was the interactive documentary Jheronimus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, which takes you on an audio-visual trip through the world of Bosch. There’s the smart Tate dayfinding app, your personal guide and friend during your visit to the Tate Museums, and our websites for the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Design Museum London created a new standard in the world of museums.