“Only work and greatplay”

Across all stages of product development, simplifying digital experiences for clients and customers.

  • Kiron
  • Blueberry
  • Superawesome
  • Freelance /
    personal work

Kiron logoKiron, moving to Germany and helping to build a social learning platform for underserved communities.

I recently moved from Novi Sad to Berlin to join the product team at Kiron. As a Software Developer, I have a focus on product foundations, API and introducing design system to the organisation.

I’ve helped to redefine numerous areas of user flows, including registration journey, search explorations, receiving notifications and earning achievements while learning. We regularly experiment with online campaigns that help us shape the product accordingly. In addition to these product-focused goals, we also built TWA (Trusted Web Activity from our PWA) and organised the first online conference dedicated to refugees around the world. My latest focus is oriented towards introducing multi-language support to our application.

Technologies we use: AWS, Docker, PosgtreSQL, GraphQL (with Apollo), Flow, React, Emotion, Storybook, Jest, Cypress.

Blueberry logoBlueberry, remote adventures and exquisite Czech cuisine.

I served as a JavaScript Developer for Blueberry, helping build many exciting internal and external products. Having the opportunity to work remotely, I managed to continually improve myself in challenges remote work entails, while occasionally visiting Prague’s office, for meeting new clients and tightening collaboration with Czech colleagues.

I was involved in defining project architecture and making decisions on the way the projects should evolve. I primarily worked on React, and React Native based projects. To evaluate the effectiveness of our software teams, and the craft of software development, we honed the points outlined in the Joel test and used bi-weekly agile sprints. We also experimented with various “fresh” technologies, such as face-recognition and ReasonML.

Echo — In cooperation with the Czech Ministry of Internal Affairs, we developed a mobile application to involve the general public in the search for missing children.

Used technologies: React Native, GraphQL, AWS Serverless and Styled Components.

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Panoram — React Native application which provides users to divide their panoramic picture into 2, 3, 4 or 5 parts into three easy steps. Created images are compatible with most social app stories, like Instagram, Snapchat, or Facebook.

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Travel Companion — Upcoming travel itinerary at your fingertips built for Riviera Tour. Inform about sightseeings and upcoming activities with the app.

Used technologies: React Native, Redux, Redux-Saga, Mapbox and Styled Components.

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Superawesome logoSuperawesome, first job, first hands-on experience with international clients and pushing personal boundaries.

When I joined Superawesome, I was ¼ of the company, which for a design agency means, a plethora of responsibilities. I find myself lucky enough to have been exposed to so many different challenges from the early beginning and for being trusted on delivering my best work at that time. This helped me grow beyond my imagination and it helped me mold further steps in the development of my career. Being one of the best agencies in Serbia, I had an opportunity to work on a wide variety of interesting projects from respected brands across the world.

I served as a Product Designer and Front-end Developer, and I lead direct communication with the stakeholders of various size making sure projects evolve in the right direction.

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HLT Corp — Design and development for corporate website and more than 30 landing pages for the makers of the top-rated study applications.

We’ve collaborated with their in-house team who helped us carry through ideations to final results. View case study

SK Gaming — Reorganizing, rebranding and developing a website for a leading eSports organization. More than 20 years of diverse content was reimagined — news, videos, matches, rankings, team and user profiles and social aspects. View case study

Fun fact

Back in 2015, this was the most challenging project I’ve worked on, since I was responsible for most of the project pipeline. At that time, to automatise and simplify the development workflow, I was leveraging the power of the Pug templating language and Grunt task runner.

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Consistency and attention to details

As one of the most respected eSport clubs in the world, with several million daily impressions, a particular effort was involved in providing consistency and forming the proper brand presence on the web.

Personal work, open-source projects, and long-term collaboration

I enjoy exploring different technologies by creating internal solutions for the projects I work on. I prefer honing long-term relationships on projects for any area of digital business. And, when possible, I am contributing to open source community; which mostly, comes from “scratching my own itch”.

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Personal project

Hey, Polls! — Create and share polls effortlessly. Making a choice has never been so easy before. Development stack involves: React, Redux, Firebase, Cypress, Jest, Emotion, Now.sh and Docz.

Check out the web, Android application, or a short video presentation.

Open Source projects

Responsively — Easily adjust JSX components with a responsive, mobile-first approach in mind. Style the way

Lifeboat and Lifeboat Jade — Used on numerous front-end projects with built-in code guide and site pages provided. Keep afloat

Other projects — I created several npm packages and demos using React Native with the primary focus on animation. Most of the work can be found on my GitHub profile.

Iten Engineering — I’ve been working with Iten Engineering for more than 5 years now. Our collaboration has spanned across many areas of their products and marketing efforts. From their corporate website and blog, through branding for digital and print media, to their ventures, including remote desktop access solution and social platform for helping farmers enter the international market.

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