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Demis Struiksma

My name is Demis Struiksma. I'm a front-end web developer from Amsterdam. You can reach out to me @ contact@demis.io

Available for hire

Familair with:

  • - JavaScript
  • - React JS
  • - NextJS
  • - PHP (Laravel)
  • - HTML
  • - CSS
  • - WordPress
  • - CraftCMS

  • I've worked at:

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    The Next Web (a Financial Times company

    Web Development Intern

    FEB 2020 - NOV 2020


    TNW attracts millions of visitors/readers to their tech blog & subbrands. I've been involved in refactoring code, fixing bugs, testing & more. Technologies used: JavaScript, PHP, CSS, Tailwind CSS, HTML , CraftCMS, Docker & Git.

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    SumUp

    Customer Support

    AUG 2019 - FEB 2020


    At SumUp, I was responsible for helping merchants with issues (troubleshooting). This was done through e-mail and on the phone.

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    agenZy

    Developer & Design Intern

    APR 2019 - SEPT 2019


    I have worked on the new website of agenZy. I was responsible for the design and coding of the website. I reported directly to the CEO of the company. I enjoyed working on this project, since the main website of a company is one of the first impressions that potential clients see.

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    Mijndomein

    Technology Support Specialist

    JUL 2018 - DEC 2018


    During my time at Mijndomein, it was my duty to help (200K+) customers with technical questions/problems.

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    Qnoop

    Web Developer (temporarily

    APR 2018 - MAY 2018


    I was responsible for building a new webshop that attracts visitors, to buy their sustainable socks. They sell their socks in 11+ countries in Europe. You can see the result: https://qnoop.com. I used WordPress, WooCommerce, and several plugins for this project.

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    WeTransfer

    Design Intern

    NOV 2017


    I did a short internship at the design studio of WeTransfer. I have worked on a WeTransfer wallpaper and I have interviewed several WeTransfer employees about their role and experience at WeTransfer (which I then processed in a blog). I directly reported to the Creative Director.