Last updated: May 2018.
I had the fortune to be a part of the UX team at fps for a few weeks while developing this exciting project. The client wanted an interface with specific input capabilities that is extremely easy to use and can be operated only using the arrow keys and the spacebar. We were challenging ideas and building several prototypes.
A cool full-stack project I've worked on for Fastbridge. The frontend is basically a Tinder-like interface where you can swipe gifts left or right depending on how much you want them in your car. Backend-wise, it has a custom API to manage selectable cars, gifts and to validate and store user data.
Landing page and test drive registration system for the new Volkswagen T-Roc, designed by Fastbridge. I was also responsible for the backend here, there were several challenges around database, validations, and communicating with various API's.
A fun Christmas present from Fastbridge to their clients. By clicking on the orbs next to someone, you can read their movie recommendations for the holidays. Lots of tiny details and keyframe animations, I really loved working on this. Oh, and it also scales down nicely to tiny screens!
I'm Csaba, a 29 years old creative professional from Budapest, Hungary.
For the past 9 years, I have worked for (and with) agencies of all sizes here in Hungary, spent almost a year as a lead developer at a market leading real estate listing site, and became a freelancer in the beginning of 2017.
My clients are usually digital agencies, product companies or startups who would like to step up their frontend game. Working together with talented people and building modern interfaces is
my passion * something I love to do.
* NOTE TO SELF: avoid portfolio clichés
Even though I have backend skills, I don't like to call myself a full-stack engineer. I have a visual mindset, so I'm comfortable and efficient working closely with both designers and developers.
If you like what you've seen so far, feel free to contact me with your ideas!