Michael Aage Jensen
Web Project Manager, BUPL
Michael has been working on public and NGO webprojects since 2000 when he joined a webdesign course in Jerusalem (Israel) and immediately began working as a webmaster for several palestinian and israeli organizations.
After spending three years in Israel, Michael worked for 2 years at The Danish National Research Center for Welfare developing and implementing a new website and intranet, focusing on usability, information architecture and setting up a content supply chain in an â€ťold schoolâ€ť working environment. Michaelâ€™s work on the website, sfi.dk got the maximum number of â€ť5 crownsâ€ť in â€ťBedst pĂĄ nettetâ€ť â€“ a usability competition amongst public websites in Denmark.
Today Michael is implementing a web strategy that he has written himself. This includes building a new website, a new extranet for 60.000 members and BUPLâ€™s first intranet ever. One of the greatest challenges is to â€ťget everybody to write on the websiteâ€ť.
Michael is the father of three children (age 1, 10 and 13,) and they spend a lot of time together playing music in the living room. In the time left, Michael reads comtemporary literature and pratices his craftman-skills in the little familyhouse just outside Copenhagen.
BUPL is a trade union for 60.000 Danish childcare workers.
BUPL pĂĄ nettet
Thursday, November 6th: 10.30 - 12.00