These are some projects I am or have been actively involved in as a professional, researcher, instructor or volunteer.
2006-. A local news website aimed at young adults, produced by Journalism students at Universitat Rovira i Virgili. I promoted the project and oversaw the online newsroom, which was part of the Online Journalism course. A partnership with local company Editio Software provided the content management system and hosting.
International Symposium New Research for New Media
2004. I participated in the 2003 first edition and co-directed the second one, held at URV, Tarragona. Nora Paul was the promoter of this interdisciplinar researchers meeting where innovative methodologies to deal with online studies were presented.
2003-. Online open-source software tool for efficient management of decision-making processes, in order to foster participation and consensus. Contributed to the conceptual design and usability testing, and organized the annual conference as a member of Vegga, the NGO that develops Participa.
International Online Journalism Seminar
2003-. Professional seminar that gathers at Vilanova i la Geltrú (near Barcelona) the most innovative personalities in online journalism each year. I am responsible of designing the program and coordinating the event. GPD, Neapolis and CUM are coorganizers.
2002-. Online news site for the Online Journalism professional development course at UOC. Students produce stories and edit the homepage at the final stage of this 9 month online course, June-July every year. I overview the virtual online newsroom. Web content management system provided by Lavinia.
Open Directory Project
2002-. Editor of the Catalan Media category at this volunteer web directory.
2001. While I was research manager at Lavinia, I contributed to the conceptual design of this Catalan online news site, pioneer in user-generated content and multimedia production.
2000-2001. Experimental broadband portal developed at the I2Cat project. I coordinated the interface design and contibuted to the conceptual design. Users were defined as active participants, that could upload, comment and get together virtually to watch to audiovisual content.