2018 – current
I like breaking down complex problems and finding the most elegant and minimalist solutions. In the myriad of to-do apps, there are not too many that bright you delight. However, while you read this – 10 more just popped up.
I admire the basis of Trello, so here’s my take on personal task management. Featuring 2 column layout To-Do and Done, ability to specify task’s details, add sub-tasks, assign due dates together with a friendly character Tod 🤖 provides you a clean and friendly space to organize your thoughts (feelings and to-dos) in a distraction free zone.
Web front-end dev
iOS, CSS animations, JS
In the year of 2000+ shoppers are still walking around with pieces of paper in one hand and a phone in another. Why not combine them both? Stufffs is our spin on centuries old problem – elegant and fun way to store your shopping list items.
Had a lot of fun helping out some friends with coming up with this minimalist iOS app UI design for statusgator.com.
Cool beans 🐊
Learning should be fun, hence here’s a fun project of mine for a purpose of learning AngularJS: featuring a variety of CSS animations and transitions, illustrations by yours truly and loads of GIFs with cats and dogs (who doesn’t like that!).
In spite it getting a solid amount of traffic and being loved by thousands (mostly, my co-workers), Google still won’t let me place ads on it due to the insufficient “high-quality content” and “meaningful user experience”. What is good content then, Google? 🐱🐶🥒