Oliver

Berlin-based dev with experience in implementing shop solutions in PW

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I moved to Berlin in April and left behind the graphic design studio I co-founded in Basel to get myself more into digital product design. Last week one of my old clients from Basel approached me because they are currently thinking about implementing an own web shop on their website (run on PW).

Now I’m looking out for a Berlin-based PW dev with experience in implementing web shops (external platforms or/and PadLoper) in a PW environment who would be interested in collaborating with me on this. I’d mainly work on the design and provide support with the project/code structure on implementation.

If this sounds interesting to you, get in touch! If you are very interested and not based in Berlin, don’t hesitate to reply anyway.

Thanks in advance!

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