No, I didn't make the official app. This was the challenge they asked developers to do so they could choose the one to hire. They chose me. I was in the last semester of under graduation, so I decided that it was better to finish it before taking a full time position at another city and didn't accept the invitation. Nubank is now worth ~R$1bi. #lostopportunity
Pagefy transforms Facebook Pages into websites. I helped creating the Dashboard where users could personalize their websites layout.
This was the first time I had to work with Ruby on Rails!
This was my first iOS app, but it was not completed because the whole project was aborted.
It was nice to learn the basics, like how to navigate between screens, how to make it responsive to different screen sizes and how to make it realtime using PubNub.
I was a Windows Phone user and really missed a well designed notes app with a good user experience. Then, I decided to make an unofficial Google Keep client to fix it.
The project is still used by thousands of Windows 10 users weekly.
I created the Windows Phone app and the landing page. A friend made the android app and another one made the API.
It was a fun project because we challenged ourselves while doing it and I don't remember why it was aborted.
As Chief Marketing Officer, I decided to create the website of the event we would host. People loved it!
It was free and built it in one day... not because I'm fast, but because I procrastinated until the deadline. Please don't tell anyone.
Small project to learn Angular.js.
Me and a friend decided to create a software as a service to help Junior Enterprises. I created the screens and we did a market research, but the idea was invalidated because we noticed the target audience did not have money and only wanted to make partnerships to use the system without having to pay with cash.
Free project to create a new website for my junior enterprise. Created a Joomla template for the first time (and did not like it).
This was my first ever website sold as a freelancer. The code is super horrible and the appearance is not that good, but it was ok back in the date (2009) and it was very (very) cheap (~$70).
Unbelievable that it's still active after 7+ years!