This Too Shall Grow – Helping humans and companies improve

Facilitating improvement

This Too Shall Grow is a one-person studio focused on helping humans and companies improve. We do that with consulting in UX Research and Conversational UX, as well as crafting side projects.

I’m going to start using ‘I’ instead of ‘We’. I’m a human after all and this is getting weird.

As a human, I’m always growing, and I love encouraging and assisting others in doing so. I come with an empathetic, respectful, and progress-oriented mindset. Things I’m passionate about include travel, digital craft, mindfulness and learning.

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In 2019, I am starting my own monthly newsletter. You won’t find 20 links to uncurated articles that are all somewhat related to the vast world of tech and startups.

Instead, I cover:

  • updates on my projects
  • new articles I publish
  • handpicked and exclusive resources on topics such as UX, creating your own business, travelling, privacy
  • and more, to be determined.

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I have worked for agencies and companies in a wide span of industries. My role has always involved a part of Project/Product Management and a part of UX.

Find out more about my work.

Personal projects

I’ve always liked experimenting on the side. This has led me to create all sorts of projects, where I could tinker with design, development, programming, branding and games mechanics.

Find out more about my projects.


I’m a freelance UX Researcher and Conversational UX Designer. I’ve started (and sometimes completed!) many side-projects. Most of the skills I use daily are self-taught. I’m always learning and building things.

Find out more about me.