Hi! I’m Nick!
I work with clients to design apps with clean, usable and intuitive interfaces while meeting the requirements. Clean Interfaces = Happy Users.
I create applications that fit into the Android ecosystem by following the Android guidelines, while having unique branding.
I can help you maintain your new and old applications with bug fixes, new features, redesigns and anything else you might need.
Some of the Android apps I have worked on recently
Wupiti! is an Android and iOS app that lets you share a moment with your friends and in exchange it gives you instant benefits. I am working closely with the…
Reminders is a hassle-free reminders app, built from the ground up for Android. It was designed with the Android design guidelines in mind, aiming for a clean, simple and intuitive…
Originally developed for iOS, Tipiiz makes bill splitting easy. With support for splitting the amount, tip and tax amount, Tipiiz was crafted with convenience in mind. The project involved porting…
What my clients say
We have worked with Nick for a while now, and continue to be impressed with his work. He has a great knowledge of the Android platform and design principles. He is also very good at suggesting improvements and refinements to ensure our apps are stable, logical and user-friendly. We will continue to use Nick for all our future Android projects.
We have worked with Nick on several projects. Nick has a deep understanding of the Android platform and writes very clean code. What we liked most about Nick is that he is always available for support!
We are very satisfied and happy to work with Nick. From the beginning, he gave more than expected; High work quality, fast response and clear communication. As a human he is also one of a kind, honest, positive and has a contagious sense of humor. Nick has definitely been of great value to our company and we would be happy to work with him anytime!
Latest blog post
When it comes to launching an app, a lot of people get the app developed based on what they imagine people want, cross their fingers, publish it on Google Play/App store and hope for the best. But you’re smarter than that. You have an app idea and you know that…