Mathias Vestergaard Corp.

Creative Misfit

Something I do not like: actual work.

Published on February 24th, 2009


My students presenting an idea for a new website

Yesterday, I wrote, that I am currently teaching a class in web development. All this working and teaching is a lot of fun, but I’ve also realised how hard it is to be out there all day.

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Something I love: Teaching

Published on February 23rd, 2009



This week, I will be teaching a class in web development at a school in Randers. It is an international group of Hospitality and Tourism Management students. Many of them aim for a job in the tourism industry. Of course they do not need to be overly skilled web-developers. Nonetheless, it can be helpful, to learn some basic skills related to working with websites; both technically and conceptually. And that is where I come in.



Website: Darklands Fashion Store Berlin

Published on August 15th, 2008



In addition to being an album by Jesus And The Mary Chain, Darklands is also a brand new fashion store in Berlin, Germany.

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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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Network for Business leaders: KingsArmsNet

Published on July 14th, 2008


Preview of

KingsArmsNet is a new and exclusive network for twenty business leaders from Denmark. They met during a leadership training program and decided to stay in touch so they could exchange valuable insights and experiences. Since it is difficult to have collegues when you ate actually in charge, KingsArmsNet also functions as a social group. Read more.



New website for me

Published on July 7th, 2008



The personal website has evolved from a standard business card to an online portfolio. Some switched to blogs, whilst others moved into the online open spaces of social networks like MySpace and Facebook. My old website had become a Hemmingwayan island, perpetually isolated from the real action and consequently fragmented into numerous sub-sites for various projects.

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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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A writer’s website: Thorkild Borup

Published on July 29th, 2007



The idea of designing a website for a writer was a new challenge for me. Thorkild Borup has written several books about famous Danish authors including H. C. Andersen, Benny Andersen, Ludvig Holberg and Tom Kristensen. Therefore, he needed a simple website where the main focus would be on the text/words and he showed me a couple of examples from other websites.

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High-end fashion store: Komakino 2.0

Published on November 14th, 2006


Preview of the Komakino 2.0 store

Komakino Guerrilla Store Version 2.0 is a high-end fashion store, built around a nomad-concept: the store moves to a new location every year! Currently it’s located in Vancouver, Canada. Read more.



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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Crossword puzzles: and

Published on April 14th, 2005


Example of crossword puzzle from

In close collaboration with illustrator Poul Carlsen, I developed a Flash-based system that can handle crossword puzzles online.

The system was built in 2005.