WorkKey | Developer and researcher
July 2011 until present | Santiago, Chile
Leaded by Prof. Silvia Pellegrini, Work Key is a family of web applications focused on the management of journalistic stories, corporate communications, and Film&TV productions. This work was funded by FONDEF D08I1082. The application is available at Publications submitted.

NIDEA | Developer and researcher
July 2011 – July 2013 | Santiago, Chile
Worked with Prof. Miguel Nussbaum and Prof. Pablo Chiuminatto, NIDEA is a tool to create multimedia mind-maps based on documents uploaded by users. The application is available at Publication submitted.

Hypermedia UC | Coordinator
July 2014 – January 2015 | Santiago, Chile
Digital magazine created by students from the course IIC1072: ‘Hypermedia In Knowledge Exchange’. The main learning goal was to use multiple multimedia resources, and recognize their advantages. Articles are available at

Fact-Checking 2015 | Web-developer
March 2015 | Santiago, Chile
Students and professors from the School of Communications determined the veracity and accomplishment of 40 Presidential promises, given each year at the National Congress. We developed a website to inform these results and compare promises using multiple visual metrics. This work is available at

FEUC Elections 2015 | Web-developer
November 2014 | Santiago, Chile
Near of 50 students and professors from the School of Communications covered the elections of Students Federation of Universidad Católica (FEUC), at 2015. For that occasion, an special website was created to inform results, maps, events, breaking news, and important statistics. Informations were uploaded in live; and finally it achieved more than 50,000 visits at the election day. This website is available at

“Passion UC” | Founder
March 2010 – July 2013 | Santiago, Chile
Conferences led by professors from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. They were recorded and published at It was funded by the Vice-Rectory for Communications and Public Affairs.

The Reading room | Web-developer
March 2010 – July 2013 | Santiago, Chile
I designed and developed the website for this editorial project, from the School of Literature, in the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. The articles are available at