The site was designed and built in 2016 by Driebit, commissioned by the Jewish Cultural Quarter. The project team included both people from Driebit and employees of the JCQ. The website as launched in 2016 replaces two earlier versions of the online memorial (2005; 2010). It was completely redesigned (look/feel and functionaities). The content had to be migrated from two earlier databases with both archival information about the victims and user generated data. Driebit www.driebit.nl Jewish Cultural Quarter www.jck.nl
www.jewishmonument.nl is an online memorial for all those who were persecuted as Jews in the Netherlands during WWII and who did not survive the war. The homepage immediately introduces a small number of victims, with their names and - if available - pictures. The zoom-out function allows you to get a graphic overview of the enormity of the number of Dutch Jewish deaths, yet also allows you to zoom into any of the over 104.000 names and faces in the monument. In this way it serves both private/personal commemoration and provides a powerful educational tool.