Mathias Vestergaard Corp.

Creative Misfit

Official Google Profiles

Published on July 25th, 2009


I always use a set of 'official press photos' to make all my online profiles easily recognizible

You can have profiles on Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, Facebook, K-forum, Younoodle and more than a million other social networking sites. I can’t even keep track of them anymore, and yet I keep creating new profiles. Now Google has created an official Google Profile-system.

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Follow me on Twitter

Published on June 17th, 2009



At first I found Twitter to be way too invading in terms of privacy. Why would I want everyone to know what I’m doing right now? I already find the Facebook status-updates to be slightly over sharing – why would I need a new system?

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Published on June 13th, 2009



We all know and love Wikipedia for its great content. Always there to assist you with relevant info about everything from nuclear weapon design to the life of James Joyce. Now there is even a wiki-page about me.

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Blogging authenticity and sponsors

Published on August 20th, 2008


How To Double Your Collection - Campaign from Bianco Footwear. How To Double Your Collection - Campaign from Bianco Footwear.

Ifyou have a popular blog, and someone offers you a huge amount of money to write about a product they offer, as if it was something you had stumbled upon by yourself, would you do it?

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Article: Online fashion

Published on August 9th, 2008


Cover of Dansk Daily, 9th of August 2008

Danish fashion brands such as; Designers Remix Collection, Wood Wood, Dyrberg/Kern, Vondahe are currently launching their own online stores, but such E-business can prove to be rather tricky. The breakthrough of e-business revolutionized the way people buy electronic equipment, and e-business has made competition increasingly fixed on prices.

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Facebook: making personal websites obsolete?

Published on July 17th, 2008



My life is about doing what I feel like. I don’t restrict myself to one job or one past-time activity. Personally, I want my virtual online identity to reflect my life style. My identity should be a collection of the diversity of my activities. This encompasses: my cocktail reviews, my website portfolio. my pictures, my random ideas and thoughts and my resume.

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Personal newsletter

Published on July 1st, 2008



You can follow me on my site, but why not get a personal newsletter as well?

There will be no guarantees regarding the ontent or the frequency of my updates, but if you’re interested, click on the subscribe now button.



Corporate identity in simple Flash games

Published on May 15th, 2008



Sabroe, one of the best-known designers, specialist manufacturers and suppliers of high-quality refrigeration equipment in the world, wanted to have a simple memory game on their website.

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Folding doors

Published on March 18th, 2008



On March 18th 2007, carpenter Flemming Wulff sent me an e-mail. He had heard about me at a conference for self-employed people, where Anne-Maria Dahl had mentioned me in her speech. In addition to his work as a carpenter, he is running a small production company which develops custom-made folding doors (see image).

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Showing the hidden – Flash animation for

Published on September 2nd, 2006


Screen shot of the animation for Quickwood

Quickwood is a US based sales company, specializing in products for the wood working industry. In 2001, I was approached by them because they needed a simple and bandwidth effective visualization of their latest product.

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