RDMR Software development

I design and develop front-end software (with an occasional back-end). I develop front-end software (with an occasional back-end) to help open up your content for a wider audience. Trained as a field linguist, I have learned the local Quechua variant of Charazani, Bolivia, to help the preservation and description of their minority language.

My goals are to make information better accessible, whether that means a clearer interface, new interaction models for present materials or taking away technical barriers for your users across the globe.

Contact

Twitter: @redmer. E-mail: kronemeijer 🐒 rdmr.eu.

Previous projects

LaTeX classes Going off a publisher’s print stylesheet, I wrote a custom LaTeX class facilitating automated typesetting. Thesis

XML standard authoring Choosing from BITS and JATS, I’ve made a custom selection to ensure typesetting and conversion fidelity. Brill

Javascript, PHP, Python Starting from an XML glossed Hebrew text, I’ve prototyped a JavaScript Chrome extension to display grammatical information inline. It works via a custom API server. Brill

Design Map combining open and closed-source maps, displaying languages spoken in a wide area around Charazani, Bolivia. Thesis

Design Map combining five open and closed-sources, describing the valley of my field work. Thesis

CSS authoring Working off a print stylesheet, I adapted the markup to work with standard webbrowser. This ensures a singular style for PDF files and online accessed articles. Brill

CSS glosses Linguistic’s glosses pose a small problem in pure-CSS and HTML environments. Custom frameworks allow nicer presentations than HTML tables. Brill

Graphic design Poster promoting a discussion evening. Sophia Aeterna

Acknowledgments

I wish to convey my gratitude to the people of the Charazani valley who have helped me with my research, gracias a todos que me ayudaron, y usparasunki tukuyman. This website is set in Linux Libertine.

Impressum

KvK: 6580 1229. IBAN: NL18 BUNQ 2025 4382 14.

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