Technology for Education, Culture, and Society

Projects


Mission Talent

“Finding your talent is our mission”. "Recruitment and executive search for the global non-profit and international development sector". This site is built with the Django CMS. In spring 2013 I have taken over the technical maintainance.

Involved partners: Tanja Lemke-Mahdavi, Rebecca Weidekamp

Required competencies: Django, Python, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS



Prenzlauer Berg Nachrichten

An online district newspaper written in Python and Django. In spring 2012 I have taken over the technical maintainance.

Involved partners: Sonnenstaub

Required competencies: Django, Python, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS



Paperboats

A blog about photography, fashion and music. A location for the photo series of Marlen Stahlhuth. I programmed this page in summer 2012 with Django and Python for Thorsten Kozik, and maintain it since then.

Involved partners: Thorsten Kozik, Rebecca Weidekamp

Required competencies: Django, Python, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS



Ich nix verstehen

Learn languages quickly and easily. I've taken over maintainance for this Django website containing a shop in spring 2012 together with Rebecca Weidekamp. We extend the online features in small steps.

Involved partners: Rebecca Weidekamp

Required competencies: Django, Python, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS



Christine Poppenhusen

Consulting, coaching, mediation. With this very personal internet presence Christine Poppenhusen provides insight into her activities. In autumn 2013, Rebecca Weidekamp asked me to put a mini CMS behind the website. Now, one can change texts and images directly on the page.

Involved partners: Rebecca Weidekamp

Required competencies: jQuery, JavaScript, PHP, CSS



Obsttresen

Healthy food for the Berlin central station and other locations. Realisation in August 2013 for Ana Druga in cooperation with Rebecca Weidekamp and Michael Schmidt. Wordpress back end. The design is partly responsive and contains a different layout for mobile phones.

Involved partners: Michael Schmidt, Ana Druga, Rebecca Weidekamp

Required competencies: jQuery, JavaScript, Wordpress, PHP, CSS



Agency portals

I have programmed two prototypes for agency portals with Django and Python. Experts can register and edit their data in an internal area. Incoming requests are automatically forwarded to those experts who have the required qualifications and live as close as possible.

Involved partners: Michael Schmidt, Rebecca Weidekamp



Mykita Blog

On the web site blog.mykita.com MYKITA presents famous as well as unknown wearers of glasses. I have programmed it in summer 2012 for Thorsten Kozik.

Involved partners: Thorsten Kozik

Required competencies: jQuery, JavaScript, Wordpress, PHP



Coromandelfashion

A T-shirt shop embedded into the service of spreadshirt.de. The seamless integration with the shop did require sophisticated JavaScript. Programmed with Django and Python for Veronica Schindler in cooperation with Rebecca Weidekamp.

Involved partners: Ralf Kostulski, Rebecca Weidekamp

Required competencies: Django, Python, jQuery, JavaScript, CSS



Change Detector

For the German section of Wikimedia, the association behind Wikipedia, I’ve programmed the prototype of a “ChangeDetector”. It compares the activity of authors in several language versions, and should give hints about which articles are concerned by new events happening.

Required competencies: Python



jquery.scrollButtons

This little jQuery plugin was born during my work for missiontalent.com. It offers a convenient way to display buttons for scrollable contents that induce scrolling on mouseover.

Required competencies: jQuery, JavaScript



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