As of November 14 2016, I started a research internship at METRI. During this internship, I will work on a maturity model for cloud computing. The primary goal of the model is to serve as a tool for IT management to get a grip on the organisational changes to cloud computing.
The University of Twente organised the third Supply Chain Hackathon on October 23rd. During this event student teams of analysts, designers and developers got the opportunity to show their skills in solving a number of challenging real-world supply chain cases whilst making use of real-world data provided by participating companies.
For a tournament at DHC Drienerlo I created a website for teams to sign up and get all necessary information. The template of the old DHC Drienerlo website has been used and placed on a WordPress installation.
The website for GBI Jacob Bakker IJzerhandel B.V. is online. The website is built on the GBI template, inspired by their standard website. The front-end has been made responsive and has been put on a WordPress back-end.
It's been a while, but it finally arrived: the personal site for travel advisor Stephanie Nijkamp: mobielreisadvies.com. It has been built in the exact style of The Travel Club, the organisation she's a member of, but the back-end of the website is totally different.
I have been working on a weblog recently, trying to nail that sweet spot between a functional theme and a minimal lay-out. I tried to remove all clutter, whilst still being able to use it with any preferred lay-out style. The main content area is moved up a bit, to give the whole a more dynamic feel.