This article is the summary of a talk I gave at the Vue.js Antwerp meetup.

For a while now, D3.js has been the go-to JavaScript library for creating custom data visualizations. However, it’s sometimes perceived as difficult to get started with or unsuitable for small projects. In this article I will show you how combining D3 and Vue can make your quest for the perfect data visualization a whole lot easier.

Right now, I’m working on a project called, together with ML6, a Ghent-based company specialized in Machine Learning. explores new ways of gaining insight in talents…

This Thursday and Friday I went to Paris to attend the dotCSS and dotJS conferences. As I went all alone, I was a bit nervous about the trip (and about how to behave in such a big intimidating group of talented people). Turned out, the organizers did an excellent job at making a giant crowd feel like a cozy get-together. Even the stage looked like a homely jungle-themed living room. I had an amazing two days: I learned a lot, admired the stylish city (and citizens) of Paris and talked to a bunch of nice and like-minded people. …

The other day I was reviewing the implementation of an iOS app design I helped design. While most of the design was looking great, one thing immediately struck my eye. The tooltips I carefully crafted didn’t look at all like how I intended them to look. When I asked the developers about it, they said it would be too difficult to implement them without using an existing framework (and its restricted styling options).

Simon Wuyts

Interaction designer based in Ghent (🇧🇪). Big fan of nicely crafted interfaces, fine web animations and Claire Underwood (last but not least).

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