The Web is the best place to use and share data and information from your domain of knowledge. Web technologies are just the tools to do so. kmapper is about using these technologies to bring your real-world project to digital life.
kmapper is rooted in the open project kmapper.org. A tool making use of open access research to visualize subjects in an interdisciplinary context.
kmapper advocated short development cycles and is based on the principles of Feedback, Simplicity, and Change.
Having contact with you in more frequent iterations, you get a clear insight into what is being developed. You can give feedback and steer the development as needed.
Concise documentation of each iteration and written feedback avoids costly meetings.
Starting from the simplest solution, a system takes into account the current requirements.
With many little steps made, you have more control over the development process and the system being developed.
As a problem is better understood, your requirements might change.
Changes are embraced and new requirements are planned for the next iteration.
I'm a data & information architect and developer, dedicated to interdisciplinary perspectives on information retrieval and knowledge transfer - skilled in structuring content and data for humans and machines.
I've worked in research and publishing environments. You can have a look at my CV here: cyrill-martin.github.io
For the design part in projects, kmapper works with Karlie GmbH, a brand studio for strategy and design.