From frontend-wizardry to big data
Eat your own dogfood: The webpage you're seeing in front of you is the very first webpage completely created and hosted in Livingdocs.
Livingdocs is not a CMS though! It's all about documents and direct editing of the content. As you can see in the screen on the left you work directly on the webpage, no layer of abstraction.
We've learned a lot from doing our own webpage in Livingdocs and know that we're not done yet. Yet we want to bring the product out to people as soon as possible so we will allow a limited amount of private beta users beginning March 2013. Stay tuned and follow us on Twitter.
Visualizing Swiss Politics
This work is from our time as managing directors at Politnetz. The project «Transparent Politics» received Google's data journalism award in the category data-driven applications international. Politnetz continues the work up to this date and puts Swiss politicians under the light of transparency.
Carefully balancing features and focus, the app shows how Swiss members of Parliament are voting on national issues.
«Ab in die Quartiere»
In November 2012 Basel had to vote for a new government. We developed for Tageswoche an interactive map that shows all articles of their project «Ab in die Quartiere». Navigate into the different quarters of Basel and see what people really care for on a local scale. Politics should be bottom-up.Navigate the map »
As a part of Tageswoche's rotblaulive.ch we visualized how the FCB is scoring its goals on an interactive soccer field. Find out which pathways are the most common to lead to a goal or on which side the opponents of the FCB are scoring their goals.
An interactive table with statistics supports the fan of the FCB to quickly get information on which players are in good form right now or who is playing most assists.See the work on rotblaulive »
Moderator is a web application that uses sophisticated machine learning approaches to automate the process of deciding if a given user-generated content, e.g. a comment, is proper or not. Using moderator, a third of all comments for 20 Minutes Online, the biggest Swiss online newspaper, could be automatically moderated.