Fröhliche Grüße von den DC-Weihnachtselfen zum Jahresausklang 2017!
It’s actually not that easy to write an article about a colleague who always shows modest restraint, prefers working from home and hardly ever participates in corporate events*. One day, he only said “Hi” and “Bye-bye” to the person he’s sharing the office with. During the hours in between, he looked at his screen in […]
Every year at “Girls’Day”, German schoolgirls get the chance to try out professions normally practiced by boys, or rather men. The IT sector is a good example, as DC’s staff structure clearly illustrates: Only two out of our 19 employees are women and none of them works in the Development or Support department. That didn’t […]
In April this year, we kicked off our DC Lab and set out to plan and build a new DC-X user interface, and to learn a lot on the way. Ole Olsen, Pascal Rohde, Carsten Schütte, an external designer and I worked on the visual design together. After a few months, we had beautiful design drafts of […]
Digitale Publikationen verlegen: Das wollten Dennis, Thies und ich, die Gründer von DC, machen. Im Jahr 2016 ist das sicher nichts Aufregendes. Der Handelsregistereintrag mit diesem Firmenzweck stammt aber von 1991. Sowohl unsere Eltern als auch der Mann von der Handelskammer und Herr V. von unserer Hausbank verstanden nur Bahnhof – bis DC 1993 das […]
Celebrating our company’s 25th anniversary has been a wonderful journey with amazing people and a lot of magic moments. We will keep very good memories of this trip… and a looooot of photos! Here comes a very small selection. Thanks to Björn Quoos and his event agency for helping us organizing this trip and thank […]
At Digital Collections (DC), we’re having a good run, with many customer projects currently going on. In the ”enterprise software“ space we’re operating in, many customers mean lots of manual work to do – consulting, data migration, configuration, custom features, integration and roll-out. But like other permanently-busy software developers, we find that short-term project requirements […]
Necat Kutlar and Thomas Wülfken aka Wülle are DC’s most senior employees aside from CEO Ole Olsen. They started working for the company in 1995 and 1996. In a recent chat with marketing manager Nina Drewes, they talked about their memories of the past 20 years. You have both been working at Digital Collections for […]