HOLA, I’M LUCAS DI MATTIA.

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).

More on me

I’ve studied Graphic Design in the Blas Pascal University, and worked in Media 8 (now 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 coddin.com, a discovery platform focused on developers; and afterseven.com.ar, our design and development boutique agency for startups.
Coddin 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. Coddin is no longer being developed, but it’s still online; you can log in with Twitter and give it a try.

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 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 brand new father.

Side projects

Coddin.com
Coddin is a discovery platform for developers. Based on their activity, we offer them relevant, tailored suggestions to save time and find opportunities. (Spanish only).

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.

I've worked with

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