Cookie Policy

Last updated: March 6, 2023


Cookies are small text files that a website can ask your web browser to place on your device as you are browsing the website in question. In and of themselves, cookies are harmless and serve crucial functions for websites. Additionally, cookies can also generally be easily viewed and deleted.

What's the purpose of cookies on this website?

The only purpose for cookies on this website is to help us maintain and improve what we consider a functional and secure user experience while you visit our website.

Who can create cookies on behalf of this website?

There are two parties that can create cookies when you visit our website:

  • We ourselves
  • 3rd parties that we use to provide/embed content

Again: Regardless of party, cookies are only used as described in the purpose section of this policy.

Breakdown of cookies on this website

Here's a breakdown of the cookies that can be created when you visit our website, and how they're used after they've been created.

Strictly necessary cookies

  • Our video hosting provider, Vimeo, uses cookies to be able to serve video content to/on our website
  • Our content management, Craft CMS, uses cookies to verify that no spoofing takes place when you move between pages on our website

Statistics/performance cookies

  • We, through our product analytics provider PostHog, use cookies to collect usage data that will help us maintain the functionality of the site. This helps us identify, and eventually fix, issues on our end - think links that lead to non-existing pages, someone trying to click on a piece of text that they believe is a link but isn't etc.

The strictly necessary cookies do not require us to obtain consent before they're deployed, but it's nevertheless good practice to tell you about them. The above should hopefully make it clear to why they are necessary.

As for the statistics/performance cookie, we'll ask for your consent before we create - and eventually use - it.

What kind of personal data do these cookies contain?

No cookies on this website contain any information that can be tied to you as a person, nor do they contain any of your personal details. Instead, the cookies on our website are used to store non-personal information, such as the kind of web browser you use, the name of your operating system, and other technical details.

Again, in short: these cookies are used to help us maintain and improve what we consider is a functional and secure user experience.

What will happen if I disable cookies?

You can choose to disable cookies in your web browser's settings, but please note that some features of our website will not function properly without them.

How can I change my cookie consent?

You can change your consent at any time - just click the "cookie settings" link on the footer of this page.

More Information

If you are still looking for more information, then feel free to get in touch and we'll be happy to provide more details.