Wevolver enables enginers to discover and learn about engineering technologies in order to innovate.
Why Wevolver Exists
At Wevolver we want to empower people to create and innovate by providing access to engineering knowledge.
Humans need innovation to survive and thrive. Developing relevant technologies and creating the best possible solutions require an understanding of the current cutting edge. There is no need to reinvent the wheel.
We aim to provide access to all knowledge about technologies that can help engineers develop meaningful products.
What We Do
The knowledge on Wevolver comes from various sources: universities, tech companies, individual community members, and our editorial team all contribute content.
Wevolver stands for high quality information such as the articles published by MIT , or those from innovative companies like KUKA Robotics.
We provide this inspiring, informative content to millions of engineers every month through a number of web and social channels. Tech companies can leverage Wevolver to get in touch with this audience in a genuine, valuable way.
Wevolver has won the Accenture Innovation Award, a yearly competition that rewards the most innovative products and services. At the SXSW festival in the US, Wevolver was double nominated and took home the SXSW Innovation Award. Fast Company listed Wevolver in its Top 20 Most Innovative Web-platforms.
The Wevolver team is formed by driven people from various backgrounds, including design, software, and engineering. We are inspired by the incredible people and projects that we come across every day, and all share a common passion for hardware development.
Wevolver was founded by Richard Hulskes and Bram Geenen. They met each other in 2008 and have been working together ever since. Richard previously co-founded 3D-printing company, Ground3d, in 2011. Bram’s background is in industrial design where he ran a successful design studio focused on creating 3D-printed furniture.
Our team is located in the creative center of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.