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Articles about tech and freelancing

  • How sustainable UX startegy can improve the digital serivces?

    How sustainable UX startegy can improve the digital serivces?

    Sustainability concerns me, so I’m sharing with you what, from my point of view, is significant to this subject. I don’t aim to cover all product design and development issues related to environment and ecology. I’ll focus on the UX side of things because I’m passionate about usability and delivering exceptional digital services.

  • How to improve the site's performance in five steps

    How to improve the site's performance in five steps

    Site’s performance matters when we talk about accessible design. Fast loading time takes into account those who have a slower internet connection and overall leaves users less frustrated when waiting for all content to load.

  • Working on tech for good project

    Working on tech for good project

    Last weekend I was busy working on a Period Dignity App during a fantastic tech and data jam. This project aims to make sanitary products accessible across Bristol for those who are in need, as well as allow others to make donations.

  • What I learnt from my first year of freelancing

    What I learnt from my first year of freelancing

    The experience I gained since I started freelancing in March 2018 has been excellent overall. Each aspect of my life, my career and personal life, has been affected. There have been some empowering moments and times which left me uncertain about the path I chose. I would like to share my thoughts to support other freelancers.

  • 8 tips to enjoy your hackathon

    8 tips to enjoy your hackathon

    There are lots of tips and pieces of advice around hackathons that are available online. However, most of them are survival guides or suggestions on how to win. And where is the fun bit? Hackathons usually happen over the weekend, and you often get to work with people you don’t know. Let’s find ways to enjoy your precious end of the week time while developing a project in two days maximum.

  • My portfolio website journey through the last years

    My portfolio website journey through the last years

    A portfolio site is your personal online space where you can show off your experiences and accomplishments. It’s something that everyone is asking for if you are looking for a job or new client. It is particularly important for people working in the creative or tech industries. Let’s take a look at mine.

  • My talk at Bristol WordPress People

    My talk at Bristol WordPress People

    My talk, WordPress child themes - setup and development best practices, received good feedback and is also available online if you’re interested.

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