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BAIS

2017


Overview

Buenos Aires is a huge city, but as an exchange student, it can get lonely sometimes.

BAIS (acronym for Buenos Aires International Students) is the biggest exchange student NGO in Argentina. Each semester over 10.000 students from all around the world attend at least one of their events that go from roadtrips to clubbing. It is a kind of "home away from home" for this type of travelers.

The app, a collaboration between BAIS and Board Social, is meant to provide a social platform from which students can meet and chat with other students residing in the same area. Asides from that, the app shows all the events and activities being hosted by the NGO.


What I did

As soon as I saw the business opportunity, I got in touch with BAIS's owners, met common ground and decided to design and code the entire application.

Developed using Facebook's libraries AsyncDisplayKit and Pop, it shares the same user interface framework as Instagram and the same animation engine as Tinder.

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RRPP

Coming 2017


Overview

What happens when you are an exchange college student in a new city and want to go out clubbing, but you don't know the scene? RRPP was born out of a very real need that I myself had when I was studying in Miami. With RRPP, you can see what is going on at the best nightclubs in the city, as it's happening, so you never miss a thing.

Who are the best promoters in town? What are the must-go events? Which are the hottest clubs tonight? Which are the hottest LGBT nightclubs? All these questions and more, answered just a few taps away.

It shares the same structure as it's counterpart Board, but re-designed for big city use.

Originally launched as Clubby in Miami, FL until November 2016.

Coming soon for Buenos Aires, Argentina mid 2017.


What I did

From idea, sketch, wireframe, design all the way to code. Compile, link and run. The entire frontend was built using Board's repository as a base.

Developing Clubby meant having to adapt the codebase to be able to be lighter so it would be able to handle the very memory intensive timeline, but we pulled it off.

For the relaunch, RRPP will share the same codebase as BAIS, which means that it is being built using AsyncDisplayKit - the fastest framework available.

Adia

Coming 2017


Overview

Adia is a smart drone that can learn to do almost anything: it can film, deliver goods, or you can code your own applications yourself - the possibilities are limitless.

It is being developed in collaboration with Stanford students.


What I did

Currently working on the first two apps for the drone: Adia Delivers and Adia Films.

More information coming soon.

Previando

2016


Overview

Previando (in english, 'Pregaming') is a mobile app that allows you to discover the best pregame parties in your area.

Get together with your group of friends, take a selfie and find parties going on around you.

Launched in 2015 - with 50.000 users and growing - Previando is becoming one of the hottest trending apps in Argentina.


What I did

Joined the team as Lead iOS Developer. I am currently working on refreshing the app's technical specs, make it faster and add significant improvements to the user experience.

Improved chat interface speed by 90%, replacing the obsolete PubNub chat with a Firebase integration, which lead to a more fluid user experience.

Actively replacing obsolete technologies with better solutions that suscribe to industry-standard design patterns.

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Board

2016


Overview

Board was the only travel guide entirely designed and built for the most exclusive tourism locations around the globe. An app that allows you to explore, discover and experience everything going on around you, as it's happening - so you will never miss a thing.

Was available in Nantucket, MA until September 2016.


What I did

Recruited a very talented back-end developer with whom I co-founded Board Social. This software was meant to become the first portfolio app of our startup.

I designed and coded the entire frontend - starting out from ideas to wireframes all the way to final design. Possibly one of the projects that I'm most proud of, because it got recognized by a US college.

Cannabit

2015


Overview

Cannabit was meant to become the Thomson Reuters of the cannabis industry. An ambitious project, with notable features that included to match up growers, distributors, real estate developers, doctors, researchers, journalists and investors to create an empowered market deal flow.


What I did

Worked in a team comprised of over 10 Silicon Valley veterans from which I had valuable entrepreneurship lessons. Was in charge of the entire frontend development, UI & UX design and prototyping.