I'm a web developer living in Zagreb. I code every day with music pumping in my headphones.
A selection of coding projects, with the more recent at the top
It was great to explore the underlying logic of a game I played as a child.
In this project I also began to learn about end to end testing and quality assurance using Cypress.
This app allows multiple users to edit a note simultaneously in real-time.
Learnt about WebSockets, and practised using TypeScript.
The pomodoro technique is invaluable to me, so I wanted to build my ideal app for it.
Working with mobile was an interesting experience, and was a welcome change to switch things up.
Created together with a UX designer, and an opportunity to focus on design implementation.
Static Gatsby website along with some serverless functions using Netlify.
A project undertaken with other developers as part of a Chingu build-to-learn project.
I have picked up lots of best practices along the way and got to really focus on design and testing.
A fullstack web app that allows users to browse films and save their favourites.
This is my first full stack project, and one where I began to incorporate testing into my workflow.
This website – a platform to showcase my web development projects.
It was first built as a NextJS site, then refactored into Gatsby with a Sanity headless CMS.
An app to tap along with music and discover the tempo — measured in Beats Per Minute (BPM).
I was inspired to make this because it is a tool that I find helpful and use frequently.
A project undertaken as part of a Chingu Cohort, a community coding build-to-learn project.
This was great UI design and code practice, and an introduction to working with other coders.
A timer to track work and break periods with the Pomodoro productivity hack.
A pet project that has gone through uncountable rewrites as I continue learning.