I live for progress and pushing the limits. I love to learn and I already know a thing or two about usability, web development and project management.
January 2012 - Present
Web developer & designer
The project built an application for searching and viewing examination results from hospitals in the Zealand region in Denmark. The application, an XDS Consumer, connects to a central repository and displays information on examination for a specific patient. There were high demands on security, ease of use, stability and performance.
I was responsible for user interface design and implementation. I designed prototypes and carried out workshops with the end users, and also developed parts of the server-side application, for example single sign-on with JA
Consultant focusing on the public sector. I mainly worked with front-end development and design. Java was the most common tool around there, but I also used Drupal, WordPress and tried to dig into mobile development and some other cool web stuff when I got the chance.
Continued work on BaQup as interaction designer, implementation of a new company website (still running at https://www.byteactive.com), some other web development stuff, project management, test management, sales support and a lot of other stuff. At a startup, you have to be able to do all sorts of things.