Mediamogul is based in Arnhem, the Netherlands, and is run by Bart Weber.
Bart graduaded from the Art Academy in Arnhem in 2004.
Mediamogul is specialized in designing and building websites, powered by the easy-to-use Mediamogul content management system.
Alongside websites Mediamogul designs banners, flyers, books, games, (hyves-)gadgets and does illustrations.
* These sites are not designed by Mediamogul, but build and run on the CMS.
The website for the Museum of Modern Art in Arnhem is redesigned and developed by MediaMogul.
One of the goals was to make the museum more transparent to the visitors and immerse them more in the museum experience when they use the website.
Studio Floris Schoonderbeek
Website for designer Floris Schoonderbeek to showcase his various products, projects and concepts.
A selection of websites MediaMogul has developed for various designers and clients:
The website for the GBK is completely redesigned and rebuild featuring a lot more interactive options for the members of the GBK, like maintaining their profile with a portfolio, the option to vote on polls, start discussions and so on.
Project Paspoort 2009
Ferry Good Solutions & Evan Pierik
The 2009 version of Project Paspoort. The layout and concept was completely redone, including a lot of work intensive pixel drawings.
Made In Arnhem
MMKA & Made In Arnhem
Made In Arnhem is an art festival featuring work from Arnhem artists. The theme for the 2009 edition was Made In Arnhem Invites, inviting other artists to work together, inviting people to come look at art, inviting artists from other countries & cities. The theme was used on the website in different ways,
Website for Arnhem based building-contructors BVG.
Wendela Zijlstra website
A simple and informative website for Wendela Zijlstra her acupuncture studio.
Vatos Industries clothing
Vatos-Ind was formerly known as Vatos Lokos, for the new name they needed a fresh website. Vatos gave carte blanche and this is the result. A user-customisable website with fresh content added via the CMS.
Together with Maarten Gentenaar
Mediamogul redesigned the website for Kultivate Clothing.
The basis of the site is a blog structure, but it's got some nifty extra's and widgets taylor made for the Kultivate experience.Now archived on mediamogul.nl
Babo Café website
Babo is a café in Arnhem. The website uses a google-maps-like navigation to view the café and the information.
This hyves-gadget allows customers of realtors to advertise their house on their Hyves
The gadget is a big succes and had national media coverage
when it launched.
(Thumb links to a demonstration gadget )
Huys den Esch website
Huys den Esch
Redesign of Japanese prints gallery Huys Den Esch.
Website voor my DJ activities
For Evan Pierik
& FerryGood Solutions.
Illustrations and design for the 'Project Paspoort' by Mohammed Chaara, a dutch actor. He gives workshops at schools where he stimulates kids to think about their talents and what they can achive with them in the future.
Forms Events / Self initiated
Forms is the longest running drum'n'bass party in Holland. Tyson, Unreal, me and a big group of miscellaneous talent organise this montly party.
This is the website, redesigned by me.
Evan Pierik / Ferry Good Solutions
Illustrations and programming for an online game for children to find out their talents. You can play it here
Drift Design website
Website for Drift design, based in Eindhoven.Daan van Dijk
did most of the designwork, and I build it in Flash. It was the first of many flash sites powered by Mediamogul CMS.
Lineair Fotoarchief website
This is the website for the Lineair image library, focused on nature, environmental and third world images.
AHC Velp website
Absolu / AHC Velp
Website for the grass-hockey club AHC in Velp.
This year equipped with the CMS as well.
Website for an import shop of Asian furniture.
Flyers for miscellaneous parties.
Some illustrations, some from the sketchbook, some for t-shirts, and some more to follow...
Ga Terug Naar Stad
This project was in collaboration with Jochem van der Weg for the "Made under Arnhem" expo. It was our commentary on the big hype/instant buy-in going on around Street Art.