LUTS & de Mispissers

How do you get children to stick to a therapy program that lasts almost three months? With this question Wilhelmina Children's Hospital came to Monkeybizniz. Together we designed and developed three specialized apps and games to facilitate treatments both in the hospital and at home.

The Case

The Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital is known internationally for their groundbreaking therapeutic treatment of children with bladder problems. Looking for new ways to improve on therapy adherence while giving the children better agency and self efficacy, they asked Monkeybizniz to design an app to connect with their young patients and enhance motivation.

Our Design

Monkeybizniz designed three different apps, each targeting different needs and stages of the therapy of the children:

• The generic LUTS Uro-therapy app, to assist children with going to the toilet correctly

• The LUTS Academy app, for specialized therapy on-site at the hospital

• LUTS and the Misspissers, a very gamified version for training at home, designed to improve therapy adherence.

The World of Difference

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TNO Synchromania Game

TNO was working on a tabletop game to educate people in logistic services on the benefits of sychromodal planning. Monkeybizniz created the digital online version of this game. Read more »


This animation was made voor Rijkswaterstaat (part of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment). It was used to inform partners and stakeholders of upcoming innovations and changes in the way Rijkswaterstaat works with partners and shares information. Read more »

Fix Andy

Is it possible to design an app that make daily repetitive exercises more fun? For children with brain trauma these exercises are essential, yet there was no good app to support them in this task. So Joep Janssen, Real Thinks, Hoogstraat and Monkeybizniz decided to come up with a prototype to explore the possibilities. Read more »


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