2016 - current
2015 - 2016
Celtra is a multinational company that specialises in mobile advertising. As a member of the awesome Dashboard team I helped develop part of Celtra’s AdCreator platform, an interactive dashboard interface (think Google Analytics) for ad management. Most of the application was written in CoffeeScript and based on Backbone with some parts in Vue.
2013 - 2015
I spent two years at Astina (which became Origammi after a merger), a Swiss-Slovenian software company. I worked as a front-end developer on the Ljubljana team, covering projects of various sizes, mostly built with Symfony2. My work consisted of design implementation (SASS, custom structure based on SMACSS, different frameworks depending on project requirements), RIA development (based on AngularJS), asset pipeline management (Grunt configurations) and occasional UX tasks (prototyping).
2012 - 2013
Goclick is a Slovenian web advertising company and one of the biggest Google AdWords resellers in Southeast Europe. They employed me as a web programmer with the intent to perform previously outsourced development in-house. The work mainly consisted of designing structure and implementing design for medium-sized websites. Software used varied depending on project and included Jekyll, Drupal, Ubercart and Shopify.
2011 - 2012
At Radio Študent, I was the lead developer on the project of a major website overhaul. Since it was done mostly voluntarily, the process took over a year and posed many challenges. We needed to consider the workflow of over 150 active contributors, design a sensible structure for a large amount of daily produced content on various topics and implement custom functionalities to cover specifics of the working process.
On the technological side, we used Drupal 7 and a bunch of modules that allowed us to (among other things):
2007 - 2011
Fora developed an entire IPTV platform called Perception, of which I helped develop software that ran on set-top boxes for end-users. These devices ran a browser, so everything was created using standard front-web technologies (HTML/CSS/JS) and a sprinkle of proprietary APIs for stream-playing functionality. We developed a TV interface that was a large asynchronous one-page web application.