As a founding team member, I brought Kentico Kontent from an abstract idea (2015) to its scaling (2019), creating a million-dollar business for a company.
A client hired me to create a visual identity and establish a brand of the emerging festival. After four months of sleepless nights, 8000 people visited, performed, or participated in the week-long festival.
Since 2011, I’ve produced 10+ creative projects in the family non-profit organization to promote and cherish vibrant Rusyn culture among the younger audience.
One line at a time, I’ve created a set of open-source tools to auto-fix the common typos that otherwise require an attentive eye and knowledge of local typography rules.
I truly appreciate working with Brano for the last nine months. He helps us setting up the innovation culture and processes; he’s also involved in new product ideas as a UX researcher and designer. Brano grasps customers’ needs rather quickly. He always brings a fresh perspective to the problem at hand by asking the right questions—so no challenge remains unsolved after discussing it with Brano.
Finding a customer problem worth solving is key to successful products and businesses. But how do you distinguish a pressing problem from a mere inconvenience?
It takes a lot of time and energy to get that invaluable feedback from your customers. Don’t let your ego roll over the interview.
An audacious corporate goal that is supposed to inspire 10× thinking and bring in breakthrough outcomes. However, these corporate moonshots are often amiss.
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