My name is Carl-Peter Müller, CP or Carl for short. Oddsized is the name i’ve given my multi-disciplinary freelance business, founded in 1998.

In 1998 I started with web development and design during my study at the Royal Academy of Art, Music and Dance in The Hague in the Netherlands. Since then I participated in various commercial and cultural projects in the fields of art, ICT, philosophy and robotics. In 2001 I graduated, Master in Arts in Painting and Multimedia, and continued my commercial internet activities under the name Webdesign Den Haag.
At the moment I am mainly active as a web developer, designer, consultant, teacher in primary education and entrepreneur in ICT, art and education. I live together with graphic designer and fashion designer Judith Haagh in The Hague, the Netherlands.

In addition to my art study, I started to develop as an autodidact on the web and learned javascript, html, css, xml & php programming to build the web. Around 2008 i specialized in WordPress design and webapp development. In the past 20 years I have worked on more than 100 websites and apps, among others in collaboration with AlphaCT, Soup Royale, Prik! Media and We-Are-Amp for a variety of clients and projects including,, and

In 2012 I started working for Early Robots, first as a trainer, teacher and Master Player, since 2016 together with Maurizio Bricola in a VOF partnership. Early Robots integrates technique, programming and creative digital skills into the primary school curriculum and supports future generations early in exploring, developing and mastering creativity and technical skills. Read more about Earlyrobots at

Webdesign Den Haag provides development and interactive design services, everything for your website or web app. Customized web templates, web markup, WordPress themes, UI design and a lots of open source code.

Earlyrobots reflects the needs of children, parents and schools to get acquainted with modern technology and support the development of creativity and technical thinking at individual and group level.