For Implementation IQ (IIQ), I implemented a web-based questionnaire suite so they could carry out their IMPLEMENT research. This made it possible to fill in a questionnaire in the browser, create invites (if required, imported from a vcard database), to send and to follow the progress of those surveyed. Using the results, people can invite others to take part in a blog platform. Employees of IIQ can use Markdown to easily add new content and invitees are given the possibility to add comments or start a discussion.
For the designers of ONTWARD, I developed a questionnaire suite to discover the design preferences of their customers.
In this case, the questionnaire editor was based on a custom Django admin manager. By simply defining the models, it was possible to easily create a complete questionnaire hierarchy on the same page instead of needing to make separate objects in separate views in the standard Django admin.
Together with Edward Janssen (designer at ONTWARD), I created the first version of the website for Stichting Ontzameling. The website functions as a catalogue for a large art collection. Through Django admin and using custom widgets, it was possible to manage the art collection and to show the pieces on different parts of the site. The site contained animated widgets with art pieces so that there was always something new to see, customised to the user’s preferences.
The current version of the site is made by onebite.
The idea behind UnknownFilm is to be able to easily find films that you have never seen before but would enjoy. It is fed with data from IMDb and you can use sliders from JQuery UI to adjust the selection of films in real time (with AJAX) until you find films you are interested in. For example, you can choose not to display popular films so that there is a higher chance of finding a film you have never seen before.
Recently the site has been rebuilt using Django REST framework and React.