Stuff I've done trying to put my dent in the universe.

I've worked on tons of projects over the years, but these are the ones I'm most proud of. Many of them wouldn't be possible without my awesome colleagues and clients, so a huge shout-out to them for the great collaborations and for teaching me so much along the way.

  • Augustinus Fonden

    The new Augustinus Foundation website was developed with my colleagues at Dwarf. The site is built on Sanity CMS using NextJS, and encasuplates the Foundation's mission and history with a modern and accessible design - while making it easy for users to find the information they need.

  • Learning Through Play

    The Learning Through Play website was developed for The Lego Foundation with my colleagues at Dwarf. As The Lego Foundation operates globally, a key focus of the development was on performance and accessibility so people of varying internet connections and devices could still use the site effectively.

  • Dansk Håndbold

    Dansk Håndbold is another project I worked on at Dwarf. The website was created to highlight the work of the Danish Handball Association and help recruit more people into the sport. It also serves as a database for all the teams, players and matches in the country.

  • Digital Reflection Tool

    A real-time, websocket-powered reflection tool for Lego Foundation facilitators to use in workshops. Another Dwarf project helping the Foundation spread their mission of making learning through play more effective for both children and adults.

  • Bonnier Publications

    Operating as a consultant, I helped Bonnier Publications architect and develop a new platform for their brand websites. The platform is a whitelabel solution used to power all of their digital magazines, including iFORM, Bo Bedre and Illustreret Videnskab among others.

  • TV2 Regions

    Another whitelabel solution used to power the 7 major regional TV stations' websites. The platform includes a custom CMS and front-end used by TV2 Kosmopol, TV2 Nord and TV2 Fyn among others.