As an ICT student or professional, you need to solve all kind of ICT challenges. Answering the questions and tackling the problems or opportunities of your ICT project requires research and often a combination of various ICT research methods. The toolkit on the website offers students a set of possible research methods and a framework to select the appropriate (combination of) ICT methods.
While the ICT Research Pack had been in existence for years, its accessibility was limited to a Wiki, lacking visual appeal and suffering from poor mobile user experience. Recognizing the need for improvement, I took the initiative to create a new application. After sharing it with students, the HBO-I foundation recognized its potential and asked me to develop the official resource. Leveraging SvelteKit and TypeScript, I crafted a Progressive Web App (PWA) that offers offline accessibility.
I came up with the idea, designed the concept, developed the app, and open-sourced the project. Currently most ideas/improvements are generated by the HBO-I foundation. I’m still in charge of the design choices and mostly of the development.