Digital Humanities Craft

We provide solutions for research-driven IT services.
We focus on projects within

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What we do?

Web Developement

We have years of experience in implementing web interfaces for digital editions, collections and research projects. We are known to ensure compatibility of all our web projects with the Linked Open Data principles.

Data Transformation & Data Modeling

Transforming data into established standards is part of our core business. We are experienced XSLT and Python programmers and have extensive practice in modeling humanities domains with TEI, RDF and a wide range of other standards.

Data Analysis

We specialize in the analysis and visualization of research data via SPARQL and JavaScript.


We teach the following topics at universities or specialized schools:

  • Data-based Knowledge Production and Organization
  • Digital Edition and Text Encoding
  • Information Modelling
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web Technologies
  • Project Management
  • Web Development
  • X-Technologies


If you have questions about the management, planning and implementation of Digital Humanities projects, you are at the right place. We can help with questions about modeling, data wrangling and the digital implementation of your projects.


Long-Term Archiving

We have a cooperation contract with the Centre for Information Modelling (ZIM) at the University of Graz which runs the OAIS compliant and certified institutional repository GAMS.

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Prices? Get in touch with us! We operate on the basis of individual offers tailored to your specific needs.


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Christian Steiner holds a master's degree in Translation and Interpreting.
Christopher Pollin holds a master's degree in History.

Both of us completed joint master's degrees in Digital Humanities.

Christian started working as a research assistant at the Centre for Information Modelling (ZIM) at the University of Graz in 2012, where he was joined by Christopher in 2016, who took the same path and became research assistant at the same institute.