My stack is a curated list of apps and resources I use for my design and development needs. I only recommend resources that I think are excellent. I’m not affiliated nor paid to feature any on this list.
I’ve been designing and developing websites for the past 4 years mainly as a part time job since I was in college. Most of my clients are from the US, UK and Australia. I also get a few from my country.
These days, I spend my time with my full time job. Whenever I’m free, I do freelance design and development.
Out of work, I often spend my time by surfing the web, watching movies from Netflix, playing games from my Nintendo Switch, or going out with my friends when things get extremely boring. I am obsessed with sweets and everything about tech.
My career began when I was a college freshman. Ever since I was still in grade school, I’ve always been interested in codes and design.
Back in 2014, the first website I designed was a blog. I posted random things and experimented on my design skills by drawing inspiration to some websites online. I began coding even before I took my bachelor’s degree in information technology.
To enhance my skills, I started doing freelance jobs where I designed and developed ecommerce stores, portfolios and websites for small to medium businesses.
During that time, I was also hired by a small design company based in the UK where I worked on websites for a few foreign clients.
This really hooked me on the field even though I was not really knowledgable on the full range of this field at the time.
I then embraced the career of being a full time designer ever since. To date, this has been one of the most impactful things I’ve made, which allowed me to hone my skill set in web and graphic design, coding, branding and more.
This website is designed in Figma using the font Pangram Sans from the Pangram Pangram Foundry.
It’s hosted and deployed globally by Namecheap.