Websites (webdesign, programming, content management)

I build websites for more than 10 years. My clients comprise private professionals and big academic institutes. Sometimes these are just a one-man project, sometimes it involves a team of designers, software developers, PR and marketing professionals. I will find the best approach to reach your goals, while keeping the project within a pre-defined budget.

I'm experienced with the following technologies, frameworks and solutions:

  • CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap3, PHP5
  • Zend Framework, Symfony
  • Drupal 6/7 (content management, module and theme development)
  • Wordpress 3/4 (content management, theme customization)
  • Joomla (just some basic usage)
  • Google AdWords, Google Analytics, Google Blogspot platform

Recent projects

Maria Skonda is a business mentor and coach, a member of the International Coach Federation Hungarian Chapter, an ICF Associate Certified Coach. I created her personal website using Drupal 7. She uses it to build her personal brand, to reach out to new clients and to share her thoughts in the blog about mentoring, leading, woman leaders and essential personal qualities. Visit her site at &

As the Orvosi Hetilap is the most read and most influential Hungarian language weekly medical journal, it really deserved a site to inform the readers about the upcoming articles, to provide instructions for future authors and to give some historical background. The main channel for organizing the annual conference of the journal is also the dedicated website, where the participants can reach the program, can access the lecture abstract. Both sites were built using Drupal 7. &

For the first time, in year 2014, I organized a scientific meeting about the innovations in medicine, jointly with the Semmelweis University. We even had a public event for the lay participants where they could meet the innovators, representatives of different patient advocacy groups and had a chance to try out new devices. The InnovationsInMedicine is built with Drupal, the KliniKaland is based on Google's Blogspot platform with some basic theme adjustments.