Thomas Ebert

Thomas Ebert

Software Developer,
Digital Technologist &
Interaction Designer

Hello, my name is Thomas. I am passionate about analysis of, creating concepts for, designing and developing interactive systems of all kinds.

After finishing my studies and a couple of years of collecting experience as a freelancer in 2017, I chose the technology and development aspects of my profession as my full-time job.

Over the past years I had the chance to be an integral part to the development of web-based systems, with tasks including frontend, backend/API and infrastructure work. I’m still continuing on this exciting journey today.

What can I do?


  • Web-Apps, iOS and Android Apps, Offline-Apps
  • Performant APIs
  • Infrastructure and Hosting
  • Team Culture and Process Development
  • Technical Consultancy
  • Usability and User Experience

Design Experience

  • Interfaces & Apps
  • Responsive webdesign
  • Interactive installations
  • Printlayouts

My favorite technologies

  • TypeScript / Node.js
  • HTML & CSS
  • PHP
  • C#
  • Java
  • Swift

Special Software skills

  • Git, Gitlab & GitHub
  • Docker
  • Ansible
  • Figma
  • Adobe Software-Suite
    InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro
  • Affinity Software-Suite
    Publisher, Designer


Testing and using new tools and concepts, if compatible with the project, is part of my daily routine just like using my go-to technologies mentioned above.


March 2024 – today

Senior Full Stack Developer at Trifork Smart Enterprise, Aarhus, Denmark

April 2020 – February 2024

Senior Full Stack Developer
at Knöw, Aarhus, Denmark

Sept 2018 – March 2020

Full Stack Developer
at Knöw, Aarhus, Denmark

Nov 2016 – Aug 2018

Developer and Digital Technologist
at, Hanover, Germany

May 2017

Bachelor of Arts, Interaction Design
University of Applied Sciences,
Osnabrueck, Germany

Aug 2015 – Feb 2016

Frontend Developer Intern
at Designit Aarhus, Denmark

2013 – 2017

Studies in Bachelor program
»Media & Interaction Design«,
University of Applied Sciences,
Osnabrueck, Germany

2012 – today

Freelance work as Designer, Web ­Developer and technical consultant.

In the realm of Open Source, mostly in my free time, I’m particularly interested in the projects Nextcloud and WordPress, which have been constants in my tech life and to which I can contribute small parts. I maintain and develop the apps TimeManager and Link Editor, as well as tooling for publishing apps for Nextcloud.

Because I think sharing knowledge is great fun, I volunteer at the non-profit HackYourFuture. We educate people, who otherwise would not have access to such education, as web developers. In this piece I write a little more about my experience as a mentor there.

You know about my skills now.
So what can I do for you?