Oliver has some stunning similarities with a ghost: You know he’s there, but you can’t see him. All you notice is a typing sound from behind the Thunderbolt display. Oliver fills project folders with finished work in no time - the next moment he is simply gone.
One might think that’s a leftover from his previous working behavior at university - but no: He does true multitasking: Running a company and being a loving father are just two of the many tasks he can perform simultaneously. Well, and just some moments later there it is again: The sound of a keyboard being tortured.
If you ever happen to meet Felix in the morning, be advised: Don’t talk to him until he drank - or rather inhaled - his first coffee mug (other people might think it’s a bucket). His consume of caffeine enriched drinks is probably the reason why Wordcrafts won’t ever record any profit.
When writing his thesis for technical translation studies his coffee machine was his main productivity instrument.
Nevertheless, once he is fully awake and on caffeine his sharp thoughts on business issues are cutting the edge, and his solutions for our workflows have saved us and our clients countless hours of work.
Ludmilla is the latest major upgrade to the Wordcrafts team. A Russian native as well as a young and gifted linguist with a love of UX design and post-rock music.
While studying, computer science classes filled the time when Ludmilla wasn’t playing HOMM3.
Following graduation with the highest honours and lecturing in translation at university it was time to embrace new challenges outside the world of education…
But sending an application would have been too simple. Instead, Ludmilla carefully laid out a plan on how to join the Wordcrafts team.
Because no German can question a good plan.
Wordcrafts would be nothing without our amazing team of translators backing us. And we would like to honour this amazing team by introducing some of them to you right here.