I’m a web designer and front-end developer from Córdoba, Argentina.
I’m specialized in user interface, digital products, icon design and illustration.
I always strive for original, functional and playful design.
Detail obsessed. Wanderluster. NYC fan.
Happy father of Mora.
Currently available for freelance work and limited-time contracts, so feel free to drop me a line if you think we can work together (Startups prefered).
I’ve studied Graphic Design in the Blas Pascal University, and worked in Media 8 (currently M8), a Miami based digital marketing agency, for almost 10 years.
There I grew from Junior Designer to Art Director. I had the chance to lead campaigns for Fortune 500 companies, for Latin America and US Hispanics markets, and to recruit and train a team of ~10 designers. I also started programming while working in the agency.
With two co-workers, we started afterseven.com.ar, our design and development boutique agency for startups.
Our project Coddin (a discovery platform focused on developers) was selected by doingLabs (2013), a local startup incubator, and we where invited to Amsterdam (NL) to pitch in the final round of Rockstart Accelerator (2014).
We where not selected for investment, but we learned a lot in the meantime.
With a group of friends, we ran Cineclub El Corto for 7 years, a spot where we supported local filmmaking and screened Córdoba made short films. Every 2 years, we also organized Cortópolis, Latin American Short Film Festival.
I usually collaborate with Startup Weekend Córdoba and other initiatives as Coach on Design and User Interface.
I love toys, comics, paper-made-books, japanese robots, sci-fi stories, Star Wars and scandinavian furniture. You’ll usually find me listening to british rock.
Happy husband and full-time father.
This illustration project is a humble homage to buildings I consider beautiful, representative or important; those I’ve met, and those I wish to know someday; from my birth city and from all over the world.
Photoshop Slices Exporter
Photoshop’s Save for Web slices falls short when working with large files. This script is a workaround that turns certain layers into slices and export them, with just a couple of clicks.