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Colm O'Neill (IE) Colm is a designer and researcher based in Rotterdam and Brussels. His work is concerned with mediations of digital literacy through graphical, user and programmatic interfaces. The research and practice that result follow the ideals of free and open source development models.

MA Networked Media from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam / Graphic Design BA from ENSAV La Cambre Brussels. Member of Open Source Publishing.

curriculum vitae

civil status

current function

  • Freelance researcher, graphic designer and web developper
  • previous education

  • Master Media Design and Communications – Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam (2017)
  • Bachelor Graphic design, visual communications – ENSAV La Cambre Brussels (2014)
  • CESS level degree INRACI Brussels (2010)
  • Photography technician diploma INRACI Brussels (2010)
  • professional experience

  • Company manager, consultONE, November 2014 - ongoing
  • Founding member, Open Source Publishing vzw, may 2015 - ongoing -
  • Typojanchi Seoul workshop with OSP october 2013 optical character recognition worksession organisation
  • OSP Relearn summer school august 2013 organisation with OSP and worksession organisation
  • Continued experience with Open Source Publishing various design jobs and development
  • Web development with Please Let Me Design june → september 2013
  • Graphic design internship Open Source Publishing summer 2012
  • skillset

  • bilingual English / French & basic knowledge of Dutch
  • experience in creation oriented software for graphic design, editorial design, photo correction or enhancement
  • wide abilities on GNU/UNIX platform, open source software and system implementations
  • accomplishing web design projects, basic php structures, wordpress templates, flask (python) publishing tool development, code versionning systems