This blog and most of its comic strips are about one company: KWS or – to be more precise – Kopozky Web Solutions. For more than 10 years, between summer 2006 and the end of 2016, did this blog accompany Mr Kopozky and his team and show their everyday life, their feats, and their not-so-grand moments.
Are they real? – Who knows? They could be real or just based on a mixture of real persons and made-up characters. Are they still there? – Maybe. Maybe, they sit just around the corner in your home town. But who cares? Their stories are true on a very basic level anyway.
What else is there to say? Well, let’s just quote some words from a shiny brochure Mr Kopozky made for an IT fair some years ago:
KWS has always been one of those brand-new, promising web companies. I mean: really promising. You walk through their office and you smell the impending break-through! They have clients, big clients (at least in comparison to smaller ones) – and they are always at the cutting edge of top-level web development (as soon as a new idea has been properly documented and buzzworded).
Father of this promising company is Mr. Kopozky, a veritable IT aficionado you might already have heard of. He is the man with the great ideas, the mastermind, the one-man think tank. He is famous for ordering books on web development, information architecture and other nifty stuff, before Amazon even knows that those books are going to be published. Thus he is always up to date (or at least would be if he had time to read the books).
But as the most capable spirit is nothing without a strong body, Mr. Kopozky, of course, needs his team of highly skilled and even more highly motivated web experts. Watch out – maybe the next web revolution will be led by Mr. Kopozky and his crew (or at least be warmly welcomed by them)!