International Organization for Migration (IOM) Bratislava had a static website Bezpečné cestovanie (Safe Travelling) to raise awareness about risks of trafficking when traveling to unknown destinations. They wanted to be able to manage their site on their own, plus add a few extra functions. After deploying WordPress for this job, we also added a Travel Checklist, that visitors can either print out or send to their email. There is a number of useful information together with easy searchable addresses. The site is fully responsive.
Nitra Tourism Board asked me to help organize a food festival. The previously used name for this event was Strawberry Nitra, this year we added Festival of tastes. Part of my job was to create a new concept for this large event, by picking only local gastronomy businesses. Communicating with media, public relations and works on social media were also part of the concept.
Graphic works were done by a creative studio, but I have created a microsite with map of all event info and visitors brochure.
Maintaining the concept also this year, I have prepared the whole gastronomy part of the event. From handpicking special product, communicating with restaurants, advertising them on social media as well as staging the festival area and solving all technical issues related with it.
Rado Ondřejíček is a creative director and author of two books and satirical blog Cynická obluda. For his latest book called Homo Asapiens I’ve created a microsite, which is fully responsive and easy to manage.
This restaurant is the place I used to work as a waiter during my university studies. Ever since the owners became my very good friends. 15 years after I’ve helped them build a new website.
Just finished a simple website for the first Coffee Festival in Slovakia, which is going to take place in Bratislava, Hotel Sheraton. Besides of the website, I’ve also designed the logo and I’m part of the organization team.
Trend is a weekly business magazine with long history in restaurant reviews. They are published yearly as a guidebook and have their own section in magazines’ website. I have redesigned the Restaurants section as well as coded the CSS for the new site.
Delikatesy is my own project, which started 10 years ago as a regular monthly 4-page section about food. It was published in womens magazine Eva for 2 years. After that I took to project on the internet, to become a foodblog. This year delikatesy.sk was celebrating 8 years of being online.
In this time it grew to a premier Slovak foodblog, publishing news, restaurant reviews and travel reports. After 3 years delikatesy.sk was proud to go into advertising partnership with Trend publishing house. Trend is focused on business news and magazines, it also publishes the only Slovak restaurant awards Trend Top Reštaurácie.
Being the chief editor I have also built out this website using WordPress, custom theme and some code customization. The site is connected to external sites, so there is also a special RSS feed and other functions too. The site is currently close to a complete redesign, which will add lots of extras.