Posts about Gossweiler Media AG

Gossweiler Media–formerly in Brienz, Switzerland and since in Interlaken–was my first employer in Switzerland. I worked for the media house and newspaper publisher for seven-and-a-half years, designing and producing websites for local clients, whilst co-developing in-house content management system and newspaper editorial tools.

Website: Gemeinde Interlaken

Eleven years later, and Interlaken Town Council are still using the website I built for them. It may not be programmed for optimal use on mobile devices, pre-dating the iPhone by three years, but it still works flawlessly.

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Some website designs from my archive

Until I had to switch to doing mainly technical work on web projects, I used to do a lot of design work. I came across my old designs when clearing out my home office and thought you’d like to see a few of them.

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Remembering the floods from 2005

I drove through Brienz this weekend for the first time in a couple of years, and roadworks near the office where I used to work reminded me of the terrible events of August 2005.

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Funky Kitchen Club

Funky Kitchen Club is a Swiss television series, produced in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland by Mountain Multi Media in association with ProSieben Switzerland.

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In Brienz

I’ve been taking a rest from photography for a while, as I had become addicted to finding “the next photo” and it was taking over much of what I did. (Hence the lack of updates here at Permanent Tourist.) I’ve been able to get my fix at work over the past weeks, where I’ve been […]

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Last Day in Brienz

Photos from my last day in Brienz after seven and a half years with Gossweiler Media AG are now online at Flickr.

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Desk Memories

Photos of the desk at which I developed most of the websites produced by Mountain Multi Media in Brienz.

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Filming on Männlichen

I was asked at the end of last week by the director of a t.v. show to come along to Männlichen, above Grindelwald, and take stills from behind the camera.

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Salle de Versailles

More photos from yesterday’s Giessbach Meeting in Interlaken are online at the German-language website of the local newspaper.

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