Web Developer in Jönköping, Sweden
I advise clients on making their websites leaner, faster, and more accessible to their customers. With a keep-it-simple philosophy, I deliver modern web solutions built to last.
My customers range from a 100-year-old funeral home to a not quite as old personal blog host with a social media-style timeline.
I dedicate part of my time to exploring product ideas of my own.
Limepark is a top-ranked web agency building accessible experiences in SiteVision, Sweden’s most loved CMS.
I worked with some of Sweden’s most recognizable brands and governmental institutions. I enabled the clients’ vision by performing highly technical research and development on the backend and focusing on accessibility, usability, and performance on the frontend.
I educated clients and the community at large by blogging, producing video tutorials, giving workshops, lecturing, and administrating the SiteVision Community Facebook Group (> 1,000 members).
Together with my colleague, I led the technical migration of the university’s website from a homegrown system to SiteVision (a Swedish CMS). It involved figuring out how to semi-automate content migration and porting existing functionality to the new platform. Many integrations needed to happen: making legacy systems like student self-service and schedule available on the web.
This is the family business. Part-time during summer breaks and other time off school.