At the moment, I’m employed at King.com as a system developer. Previously, I’ve worked as a consultant at Chas Visual Management and have been working with clients in the music streaming business, juridical book business and in the telecommunications business. I am mostly front-ending and work best in HTML, CSS, jQuery and WordPress, but can also work with Drupal, Symfony, Lotus Notes, PHP, YUI and Flash. I also love to learn new things, so working in oter environments wouldn’t scare me. Below, you’ll see some of my work I’ve done as a freelancer.
Bortbyting’s website (2011)
I was hired by Bortbyting to make the 2011 edition of their website (now replaced with another site). I helped them with totally customizing a WordPress installation to their needs. A plugin for a slideshow that showcased any blog post, shop item or project the customer wanted together with a splash picture was coded from scratch. I also made a lot of special templates with custom fields, making adding more special content easier for the client without them having to add special html into their page posts. And finally, I had to take into consideration that all the new features would work with the fact that the page was multilingual (Swedish, English and Japanese).
WordPress, front end, configuration, theming, PHP, Thematic, Custom Post Types
In 2010, I was asked by Stef Gaines to help her develop a site for the 24 hour comic event in Sweden. I set up a WordPress installation and made a site with five sections (one for each city participating) where they could blog about their events and later on add the participants’ comic pages.
Web design, Monkey Island Fan Page (2010)
Web design, front end, XHTML, CSS, Drupal, Zen
This is a playful design I did for a Monkey Island themed page I did, and later on implemented in Drupal with Zen as a base theme. My goals with the design were to make a good-looking and understandable design with a retro twist.