Oliver started exploring creative potential with computers early on and has always been somewhere in the intersection between visual design and technological development. After his apprenticeship, he went into the advertising industry as a career changer and self-taught designer and later focused on digital content, where he dealt with fundamental usability and user interface design issues from the beginning. Solving technical as well as visual problems fascinates him equally.
He feels comfortable at Tegonal because he is challenged both creatively and technically and he likes the climate and the cohesion of a manageable and human company. In his free time, he likes to hike through the forest, travel through Southeast Asia and play with technology - or get lost in games.
Lasius has been updated to 1.0.3. Read more about the changes in this short update article.
A contribution from our colleague Robert Stoll to the Kotlin community: Atrium 1.0.0 has been released. A cross-platform expectation / assertion library that has been simplifying the writing of tests and the analysis of test failures since 2017.
We just released a small library that enables you to render portabletext structured data as native Qwik components. Check it out on github.
Oliver Studer is joining us as the newest member of our cooperative. We are excited and looking forward to welcoming a skilled front-end developer and designer to continue to provide our clients with state of the art custom software applications.