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I'm a web developer from Gothenburg, Sweden. I have worked as a programmer in the web industry since 1998 for several different companies, including:

  • HiQ
  • Embryo Webbyrå
  • EDB
  • CAP Visuell Kommunikation
  • Adera
  • Icon Medialab
  • Linq System
  • Carmenta

During this time I have developed CMS, image banks, web pages, banners, flash sites, time management programs, offer systems, etc. I have a Master's Degree in Computer Science and also studied sculpture and painting at Göteborg Art School for three years.

Below, an overview of my services, hourly rates and work samples.

Need to develop a professional-looking website, database, web application? Get in touch! Please use the contact form or send a mail.

750
SEK
PER HOUR
MY SERVICES

Back end
ASP.NET, MVC, C#
SQL Server, NHibernate
Umbraco, EPiServer

Front end
CSS, HTML5
JQuery, Javascript, AJAX
Flash, Actionscript
Photoshop

References

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Bilia

Bilia is the largest car accessories retailer in the Nordic region. I worked with a team at EDB to support and develop Bilia's homepage and internal systems. We mainly used technologies like ASP.NET and EPiServer.

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Image Database

When I worked for CAP we built an advanced image database, similar to Flickr. An editor can upload images, tag images and put them in different folders. Subsequently a user can easily search pictures using tags and filters and download the pictures in different sizes. I worked with a great webdesigner, Christoffer Falkman, currently at Stendals.

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Flashgames

The great illustrator Jonas Hedlund (with a lot of crazy ideas) developed a concept of making Flash games for the Swedish Red Cross. One concept we developed was that the player perform as many vaccinations as possible within a given time, on a unwilling child.

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Google Maps

When I worked for CAP we built a Google Maps service to Nautic. I connected data of nautical charts from different sources and made an application which the user could browser different nautical charts in the world using Google Maps.

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Research

I've done some research in areas like Augmented Reality and Multitouch.

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Swedish Match

When Swedish Match expanded their snuff mill, CAP was assigned to create their presentation material. The site contained movies, galleries, slideshows and I used ASP.NET and some JQuery/AJAX to power up the site/presentation and increase the user experience. The solution has a custom-made CMS for easy updating of text and pictures (WYSIWYG).

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Business program

My first project for CAP was to rebuild a huge Windows Forms program for Victorsson, the leading supplier of customised egg production systems in Scandinavia. The business system is used by salesmen at Victorsson for calculating facility costs, handling stock and writing offers.

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Nautic

Nautic sells fishing accessories. I've programmed the site and enables an integration between the customers business system, Visma Global, and their webshop, Jetshop.

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Time management

During three weeks in the autumn of 2007, I built a time report system for Protek Projektstyrning. Protek is a company of 20 highly skilled project managers in the contruction business. The purpose of the system is to make it as simple as possible to report time and to get information for creating invoices. The program was sold to several other Swedish companies working within consulting.

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PearlGeek

PearlGeek is is a site where anyone can make Perler Beads and upload them to the server. This is a just-for-fun project which will, in the near future, be updated with a new design, voting for the best Perler Beads etc.

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Målerifabriken

Målerifabriken ("the painting factory") was a site I did for my art colleagues at Göteborg Art School. Two skilled painters, Oscar Elmgren and Karl Bergström, painted pictures from photos submitted by users on the web page. We didn't earn a lot of money, but it was a lot of fun!

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Sculpture

For two years I studied at Göteborg Art School , where I majored in sculpting. I worked with materials like clay, wood, bronze, concrete and I made some films with mathematical figures.

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Painting

In 2004 I was quite tired of working with computers, so I decided to do something else. During one year I studied at KV Konstskola doing painting, sculpting, drawing and some stopmotion movies.

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Sahlgrenska

Together with a psychologist at Sahlgrenska University Hospital, I developed a website and a chat forum for people with facial deformity.

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Honda MC

Development and support for Honda MC. I worked for Weblabbet, now owned by Infracom.

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LB Hus

LB-hus is one of the leading housing developers in Sweden. Back in 2002 I did some development in classic ASP for their website.

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Ted Bernhardtz

I've been helping Ted Bernhardtz with setting up newsletters.

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Spung

Spung was a Swedish TV programme about young people in Stockholm which was very popular. I worked for a web company named Helikopter and developed the site for Spung. The viewer of the TV show could visit the website and have a sneak peek of the characters’ computers, read their emails etc.

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Metronome

I've done some programming for the website Metronome - the leading producer of live images in Scandinavia.

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Volvo Identity Intranet

When I worked for Adera (now Cordovan) we developed a intranet for Volvo for managing logotypes and their graphic profile.

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Telia

Programming and test for a new page for Telia. I've also been involved in Christmas campains for Telia.

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Storel

Ten years ago, I programmed the site Storel. All content in the site was editable using our custom made CMS, coded by the programming guru, Pär Gullberg, now working for Cordovan.

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Volvo Cross Country

A well-known Swedish sport journalist drives around the world with a Volvo Cross Country and brings several different mobile phones and a digital camera (quite fancy in 1999). He writes everyday about his experience in different countries and posts this on a website we (art directors at Adera and I) have developed. The campaign site was really cool (designed by Mattias Appelblad) and was recognised for its high use of DHTML.

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Adera Venture Zone

Before the dotcom-crisis I did some programming for the site Adera Venture Zone, a venture capital company.

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Stena Fastigheter

A site with a CMS, buy-sell area, message board for tennants of Stena Fastigheter.

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SAS

In 1999 I worked for IconMedialab (yet another web company that doesn't exist anymore) in Stockholm. I was part of a team which built a new site for Scandinavian Airlines with possibilities of booking plane tickets.

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Ving

Working at IconMedialab, I made some updates and changes to Ving which organises travel around the world.

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Postbanken

Postbanken was a Swedish public bank. I made some low level programming to draw graphs in C, to be presented on the site.

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Posten

Some updates to the Swedish postal service, mainly written with Perl script.

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Scandic hotels

One of my first ASP-project I did for Scandic hotels in 1999.

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SEB banner

At IconMedialab, an art director designed an interactive banner for call-money . The banner got a prize in Resumé for its innovative design. I wrote the code using Java.

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Harley Davidson

This was the first web project I programmed, in 1998. I used a lot of DHTML and had to make adjustments for the new browsers, Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape 3... At that time I worked for IconMedialab and the project was called a "fun project". We didn't get any money, but we got a HD and some publicity.

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Linq System

In 1998 I worked for Linq System. Yet another IT-company that doesn't exist anymore. We worked mainly in Lotus Notes doing programs for social services.

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Computer Science

Between 1994 and 1998 I studied at the University of Gothenburg and got a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. In 1996-1997 I studied in Dublin at University College Dublin. My focus was artificial intelligence, computer graphics and man-machine-interface (usability)

SELECTED PROJECTS
Bilia

Bilia is the largest car accessories retailer in the Nordic region. I worked with a team at EDB to support and develop Bilia's homepage and internal systems. We mainly used technologies like ASP.NET and EPiServer.



Google Maps

When I worked at CAP we built a Google Maps service to Nautic. I connected data of nautical charts from different sources and made an application which the user could browser different nautical charts in the world using Google Maps.



Swedish Match

When Swedish Match expanded their snuff mill, CAP was assigned to create their presentation material. The site contained movies, galleries, slideshows and I used ASP.NET and some JQuery/AJAX to power up the site/presentation and increase the user experience. The solution has a custom-made CMS for easy updating of text and pictures (WYSIWYG).

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About me

Do not ask me why I draw code from JQuery library on the wall, there is no rational explanation

Web development today is very exciting and we live in a fascinating time where a lot of things are happening on the web. It is very difficult to predict the future; which technologies and standards will survive. Occasionally I can be really fascinated by the individual programmer's work and how they selflessly outsource their work free on the internet (which they spent many hours developing).

When I get tired of sitting in front of the computer screen, I usually want to do something more hands-on. Studying at art school was very refreshing and I try to keep it going. I will never be an artist but I love to play freely with different materials. Clay and papier-mâché are my favorite materials. My artistic leaning is somewhere between the stylish and the kitschy.

Moreover, I like physical training and have been doing Thai boxing and some racquet sport. I'm good at squash, mediocre at badminton and bad at tennis, but it's a lot of fun :).

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