I developed the Moral Markets platform as one of the valorisation activities of a research project on the same topic, and I am still responsible for site maintenance and content management. The site makes extensive use of ‘curated content’, so links to hand-picked articles and information elsewhere on the web. However, I also create original content, such as ‘book interviews’ with researchers in the project.
I became responsible for the site of the DDfV Institute after it had been designed and built by another agency. I added crucial functionalities (such as an event calendar and filterable member page), re-designed various pages (such as the home page) and developed new content (such as a page introducing design for values). I was responsible for site maintenance and content management for two years, while I also worked as project manager for the institute.
This is a site I worked on while coordinating the start-up phase of the John Stuart Mill College, part of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. I found an existing theme that had most functionalities that we wanted – such as the possibility to display a filterable course list. I then worked with a web designer / developer to tailor it further to the needs of the college, meanwhile also developing the contents. This website is no longer online, but has recently been replaced by generic university pages on the study program offered by the college.
As the first assistant director of the then newly established Dutch Research School of Philosophy, getting the organization a website was one of my responsibilities. We needed it fast to start distributing course information, so I quickly put a temporary WordPress site in place, and then hired an external web designer / developer to improve the looks of the site and take care of more complex functionalities, such as the online member database.