I am Jakob Wierzba, but you can call me Kuba.
I make websites, applications and machines.
I also make art, photographs, comedy and radio, and I blog about science fiction and co-host two podcasts.

If you think that’s an interesting combination of interests, and you need a website, a programmer for your art project, a speaker or workshop instructor, say hi at kuba@3c33.de.


Selection; topmost = most recent.

Winfried Muthesius artist design by Sven
Tobias Wirth photographer
Dieter Daniels professor
Jan Wirdeier photographer
Weisses Ross hotel
Orte, die man kennen sollte art project
sooderso sowieso photo class CI by Jenny
Torsten Hattenkerl photographer
Vorschau photo class CI by Hans
203 photo class CI by Jenny
alongside photo class CI by Hans
Christoph Löffler photographer
Marta Wierzba scientist
Muthesius Immobilien real estate
Laden Fuer Nichts art gallery code only
Kannst du es sehen? photo project

Code & design by me unless otherwise stated.

I have worked with: Miss Kittin (DJ), Zeit Paris Berlin (fashion), Klasse für Type-Design HGB Leipzig, Postindustriale/pi.lab Leipzig (art science/history collective), Our Food Stories (food blog), Anna Haifisch (comics).


avldata + auslight

An online resource presentation and scheduling/booking tool I developed for the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. Manages 600 students vs. 600 pieces of equipment. We took a human wiggle room approach: communication over enforcement of strict rules.

Features coming in 2016: e-mail notifications, better mobile experience, improved user management.
Adaptable for other resources or tasks, please get in touch!


CMS for image-heavy websites. All of the photo-related websites above run on this system or a predecessor.
Through an online file manager you put your high-res images, photographs or videos into a regular folder structure, which is reflected into a collection of HTML, properly converted image files and other assets, which are then uploaded to your own, independent webspace.


Simple CMS for text-heavy one-page websites.
This very page runs on it, as well as the professor/scientist websites above :)

CV & Skills

I speak English, German, Polish and some French.

I speak JavaScript (vanilla/node/jQuery/Backbone), XHTML5, CSS/LESS, SVG, PHP, SQL, Python, BASH, XSLT/XSD and some C. I have used perls, pascals and basics.

I’m pretty good with WordPress and theme development.

I love the command line, Linux, vim, ffmpeg, imagemagick, sox, gimp, inkscape, povray and scribus – and all combinations thereof. I’m good at Photoshop and ok at Indesign. I can edit video, use Blender and make stuff in Processing. I can program and solder an Arduino or two. Please check out my art and blog for examples.


Jakob Wierzba
Forsterstraße 43
06112 Halle


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I use the common server logs for debugging. Your IP address is anonymized.