WebGear is a one-man company, founded and owned by Arjan Haverkamp.
Creating (mobile) web applications is what I do.
ColoringOnline.com is a site where you can color online coloring pages and mandalas, using solid colors, gradients and many patterns. The colors and size of the patterns is fully adjustable.
The resulting colored drawing can be printed, shared on social media or downloaded as an HD image.
The drawings are SVG's, the site runs fully client side, using CSS grid and flex for a very responsive layout.
MindMapEditor.com is a free online Mind Map Maker. Create your own Mind Maps to visualize your ideas and to structure and organize your brainstorm. Start with a central concept and add nodes as associations with that central idea. Customize your Mind Map with icons, images, colors and text and save the result that you can edit later. You can finally save or share your Mind Map as an image.
PhotoEditor.com is an online tool for editing photos. It's a responsive website that works well on a wide variety of browsers, including tablets and smartphones. Users can upload a photo, then edit it using an extensive array of operations: resize, crop, rotate, flip, adjust brightness/contrast, adjust sharpness/blur, remove red eyes, change colors, add borders and frames, apply a variety of filters and effects and annotate with text.
A free online poster maker, typography editor and meme maker. Create your own posters and text art, all inside your browser. Memes can be saved or shared on social media.
This site is built upon FabricJS, I've written some plugins for it that allow for extended "typography specific" functionality.
The Curved Text plugin is rather cool.
PhotoCollage.com is an online tool for creating photo collages. Users can drag or upload photos on the canvas, and have them automatically or manuallt arranged into a collage. The resulting collages can be saved (and set as Facebook header image), shared or printed. This tool is unique in that no photos are sent to a remote server, which makes it both very fast and secure.
On ChangeFaces.com, users can swap the faces in stock photos with a mugshot, either their own or a friend's. Instant results, which can be saved or shared on social media.
Another FabricJS-based project.
An online tool for resizing and cropping images. Users can crop images to predefined formats for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc.
Using FabricJS, you can also annotate your image with text and basic shapes. Some simple editing tools are present as well: blur & sharpen, grayscale, flip & rotate.
The resized image can be downloaded or shared.
Annotation.com is a site where you can annotate PDF documents, images (and screenshots) and maps. PDF documents can be drawn on and you can place your initials and signature. Everything runs client side: fast and safe.
This is an open source component for easily picking a font from the Google Web Fonts repository as well as local fonts. It's available on GitHub.
A very simple tool where users can enlarge their photos and images. Drag an image, select the enlargement factor and the photo is enlarged using 4 different algorithms. The user can download the one(s) she likes best. It's all client side, the photo is never uploaded to any server.
Your Smart Butler enables guests of hospitality venues to place orders using their own smartphone (or tablet).
Every order location (table, hotel room, beach bed) has a unique QR code. Scanning it with the Your Smart Butler App, available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, or any standard QR code scanner, results in the venue's menu being shown on screen.
From this digital menu, the user places her order. The order appears on a tablet PC in the kitchen, or is printed on a receipt printer. More »
On 2pdf.nl, you can convert Office documents to PDF and vice versa, for free. The website is responsive (works equally well on a desktop, tablet or smartphone) and is built using HTML5, Bootstrap, jQuery and PHP. The site is available in English and Dutch.
Server side, documents are converted in real-time. Feedback of the conversion process is provided by means of a progress bar.
For Zygomatic, I created quite a few HTML5 games. Lots of invisible but important details here: these games are 100% responsive; a single codebase for desktop and mobile. Automatic scaling to available resolution. Audio that works everywhere. Incorperation of Adsense Video Ads. Etc. etc.
On ToonyTool.com (developed for Zygomatic), visitors can create cartoons or memes, consisting of one or more frames. Select a setting, then add characters, props and text balloons. You can save the result as an image, animated GIF or video.
This site is built upon FabricJS, jQuery, Bootstrap etc.