The development of an abstract idea to an elaborated and programmed script fascinates me. During the formation of a web project, functionality goes hand in hand with visuality. By that, it is possible to test a concept from the very first state of development and to create transparency towards clients and colleagues. After each state of progress, the project will be tested carefully and optimized on all web browsers and mobile devices. My expertise lies not just in web programming, but also in web art. To use web technology and create art, gives me the freedom to experiment with new possibilities of web programming.
The specialization in the field of web development is based on my master’s degree in Media Art and Design at Bauhaus University Weimar an internship at App Agency ‚FLYACTS GmbH‘.
I prefer working with designers on individual web solutions, with the use of following technologies:
– Html5, css3, Sass
– Php, MySql and Wordpress as CMS
Most projects are realized in cooperation with the design studio ‚Happy Little Accidents‘.
Resbonsible as defined by §§ 8 to 10 of the Telemedia Act (TMG): Stepan Boldt
Responsibility for the content of external links lies solely with the operators of the linked pages. No violations were evident to me at the time of linking. Should any legal infringement become known to me, I will remove the respective link immediately.
Finanzsystem und Gesellschaft
Website for a scientist group from Frankfurt am Main
In co-operation with the studio Happy Little Accidents, a website for cellphones, tablet and desktop was developed and optimized. For this project, a new calendar was programmed to match the needs of customers.
This panorama created with WebGL, combines the sketches of students and gives the viewers the opportunity to explore different perspectives and independently set the video area to move.
The composition was combined with Jonathan-David Wedler. The music is by Sandra Reyes. In the installation, the drawings and animations of Justine Barthel, Katja Bliß, Had Boureslan, Luise Bollmann, Tobias Boettger, Xinyu Gao, Nina Hopf, Mona wedge, Elham Masoumi, Jenia Mokhtari, Laura Josefine Nitsche, Sandra Reyes, Jonas Steinberg, Sina Stolp , Rika Tarigan, Jonathan David Wedler, Richard Weigert were used. The programming is based on Three.js Examples.
This animation was projected on three screens to be presented in the form of a Panorama at the annual exhibition „summaery2016“ at Bauhaus-University, Weimar.
The idea of the installation was conceived with Tania Palamkote. The work is a cube in a space in which, by means of interaction, selected audio files from the Archive of Spoken German can be heard, stored and recombined. Outside the cube the collected voices can be heard, complemented by a projection with words and sentences of the collected and stored material. The artists tackle archive theories of Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida and present it in their own digital interpretation of Sigmund Freud’s note on the „Wunderblock“, a mystic writing pad.
The whole installation is based an web technology. The getUserMedia API allows the device microphone to connect to the system to build new audio files.
This project was presented at the annual exhibition „summaery2016“ at Bauhaus-University, Weimar.
Website for young Berlin real estate broker
Concept was developed by a Berlin designer Martin Lang. The focus of this site is the presentation of real estate property through photo and video gallery. Realized in one page application with approach from AJAX technology.
Experimental and interactive music video ‘I DO, WE DO’
In collaboration with the music label Sonar Kollektiv GmbH and the artist Marlow an interactive web site has been generated. On this web page WebGL and Tree.js create a controllable 3D adventure from a 2D video. It is possible to navigate with the mouse and to watch the video in full screen.
This work was presented as an installation at the backup_festival 2016 in Weimar.
Website relaunch of the design studio Happy Little Accidents.
Particular to this web project is the way of displaying all inputs in a flexible three column layout. The content of every single article can be optionaly arranged in the three columns. A list with a filter function and a picture index cluster gives an overview of all articles.
The design of the web page developed by the studio Happy Little Accidents also contains experimental and musical aspects. The technical challenge consisted of programming the header animation with a generative pattern, the navigation with the ‚accordion effect‘ an the audio player regarding the specific design.
An e-learning platform as a bachelor project (prototype)
The challenge of this project was the starting animation referring to the logo of the research unit. By repeating the writing „Medien und Mimesis“ in interaction with the frame of the browser window a generative pattern is formed.
Website for an art historian, writer of art related essays and books, lecturer and exhibition curator
On first sight, the concept of the studio Happy Little Accidents presents the website in a frame. Each side of the frame can be opened with a 3D effect, transmitting the feeling of entering in a room with the possibility to delve into the content.
University project for the visualisation and transfer of an audio play to the internet (prototype)
Due to the format of this audio play it is possible to listen to the chapters in any order. The chapters are shown as houses, which can be switched to change their order in the audio play. Thereby you get the illusion to listen to the conversations in the houses.
I was responsable for the technical realisation of the design and idea from Sarah Mund. To allow a playful handling of the audio play, I developed an own audio player.
This website was developed together with the designer Sarah Mund. What is special about it is the use of the slide effect to get to the different parts of the site. The web page is optimised for computer and mobile devices.