Marian Dörk
Web Solutions

I have been excited about the Web since I got exposed to it as a 14-year-old at a university computer pool in 1996. Some years later I started creating web pages as a sideline during high school and university. I conceptualized, designed, and developed web sites for clients from academia, industry, and civil society. A selection of projects is shown here.

Bilingual website for the <a href=''>Institute of Neurobiochemistry</a> at the Faculty of Medicine in Magdeburg. Completed July 2008. Redesigned website based on PmWiki for <a href=''>GroupLab</a> at University of Calgary. Completed May 2008. A refreshed logo and a PmWiki-based <a href=''>website</a> for the student assocation of humanities, social sciences, and education (FGSE) at the Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg. Completed July 2007. Designed logo and relaunched website based on PmWiki for research group
<a href=''>InnoVis</a> at University of Calgary. <a href=''>SimpleTab skin</a> released for free use. Completed April 2007. Websites for academic conference Neuroprotection and Neurorepair in 
	<a href=''>2006</a> and <a href=''>2008</a>. Website for <a href=''>Stiftung Dome und Schlösser</a> (foundation cathedrals and castles in Saxony-Anhalt) in cooperation with <a href=''>perner&schmidt</a>. Completed February 2006. Design and development of website for <a href=''>fjp&lt;media</a> (association of young journalists).  Completed February 2004.