I started as a freelancer with the design and front-end development in mind and at hand. My love for process optimization and automation has gradually grown into the development and scaling of my very own business. Designing GUIs is still my hobby. Give it a try — imagine you’re a developer. Once you find the right angle you’ll how simple the complicated things can actually be. I’m sure this is the key to success, saving time and achieving the best results in just about anything.
Once a designer, JetUp Digital Art Director today. Designers are never former, therefore, I willingly help my team members and constantly improving my skills. My team is a second family to me which I cherish. When off work, my real family is what I love the most — making my home cozy. I prefer active way of leisure, like going in for sports, though comfy watching movies is also fun for me. JetUp Digital growth inspires me to learn English. I really pump myself to be an example to follow both at home and at work.
I like gaining knowledge, so I constantly learn something — psychology, marketing, languages, mathematics, theory of music, you name it. Somehow this trait brought me to JetUp Digital. Only here I discovered how exciting a Sales Manager work can be. I’m glad that my job means establishing contacts with people sparkling with a vision and enthusiasm. They inspire me and I learn from them. Beyond office hours I compose music, watch documentaries on astronomy or get paranoid about information security. I’m a cat person with a head full of memes.
As a PM, I must be able to find a common language with every of my colleagues and precisely convey the very essence of the smallest details within each individual project. My oddities help me with this, although I don’t find anything strange in my musical tastes, being interested in forensics, firearms and poetry all together. I expand my consciousness by writing technical tasks. Don’t go karaoke with me — I’m a semi-professional singer.
I love working with startups. When it all starts with an idea that needs to be considered. My work is a passion for communication and getting to know a new area that is still not known. Yes, I am a project manager but I am also the owner of a small team that is always at hand. I am a very open person and like to chat with friends.
I prefer working with ideas and concepts. When it all starts with “I want to ...”. My job is to set tasks for developers in such a way that they’re clear for everyone. Our developers need to understand the client’s “I want this and that” into the final “It works flawlessly”. So yeah, it’s my area of competence, all this complicated interpersonal communication to carry out. I love travelling and making new friends. They say I’m not so stiff as I seem at the first glance.
My element is mobile platforms and applications design. I’m more than confident about all my UX solutions, since I treat each one from an analytical point of view. Ingenious is simple. Do you agree? A good design is the one that requires minimum user effort for the target action. Interesting fact: I have private life as well! My spare-time is dedicated to amateur photography, boarding and Pixel training (that’s my cat).
Colleagues claim that I teleport instead of regular human walking. They insist that it’s impossible to catch the moment of me passing by, and that I supposedly just appear and disappear. The secret is that I am always where I should be. This is how I do the back-end code — I press the right buttons and everything works perfectly :) My superpower is making an ideal hookah.
My task is to revive the design. I make sure that the user enjoys the website or an app. Also, I must keep him away from irrelevant actions. I’ve been doing front-end development for more than 5 years already. What I want to say is that our designers don’t let me get bored. Each project brings a new challenge. In a word, it doesn’t work out the template way, what, in fact, is the good news.
I’m a designer and a musician. I do organic designs that partially resemble my sensitivity to the sound harmonics. At leisure, I watch anime, read fantasy books and learn about architecture. I prefer designs that look like modern buildings made of steel, glass and concrete — with straight lines, perfect proportions and futuristic minimalism.
At JetUp Digital, front-end development is an incredibly creative process, because there are no two identical projects. I am the one who moves those features from layouts to code, and voilà! — here’s another lively project with its own character and personality. Travelling is what charges me. Also, I study two Oriental languages — Chinese and Korean, and maybe that’s why I find yoga extremely relaxing. Anyways, it’s a cool set for someone who keeps the body and mind in good shape.
A former SEO specialist who became a front-end dev just to show the former niche fellow experts how the correct code should look like. I enjoy studying management and marketing as that type of proficiency makes it possible to understand the customer and deliver the results that meet both his requirements and user involvement. Improving personal productivity and automating routine tasks is my favorite hobby.
I’m a designer to the marrow of bones, although you can’t say that right away. I’m laconic. I prefer to observe and listen (extremely important designer traits, actually). And aim higher than just understand a task. I long for such a connection with it that could be compared to the artist and his painting. The rest is fueled by imagination, it’s enough to cut the words and open the mind instead. I enjoy concerts, open-airs, musical festivals and support the green type of behavior towards our home planet.
Hello! Extreme designer here. I know nothing I can’t imagine or recreate. A spare minute found? Cool, another chance to try a new tool or search for a couple of wild yet effective solutions. My greatest hobby is photography. By the way, all the photos of JetUp team on this page were done by me, and I’m proud of that. I’m a cinema fan. And I’m always well-informed about the key political and cultural events worldwide.
At work, I am a designer, and in my heart I am a sneakerhead hypebeast. I love that feeling of unleashing my potential, and I’m convinced it’s only possible when in harmony with myself. Anyone can be the king of the hill if he’s inspired properly. I find successful women inspiring. Their actions, determination and thinking outside the box, wow, I want that! So I do my best, and to do my best I should have a good rest, like playing Sims or walking my poodle.
At the end of the day, science fiction concepts pushed me towards the front-end, you know. I was wondering how those fictional interfaces may look like in real world, so I made a couple of sketches. Before that, I’d draw rather to distract myself from the routine a bit, or to visualize my thoughts and emotions in some way. So here I am, a front-end developer at JetUp Digital. I guess, I found my perfect balance of the desire to create and ability to actually do that. Give me the most dreary layout and after a little code magic it’ll blow your mind.
Back-end development is my secret weapon. My love for memes, funny lolz and rock music don’t interfere with creating sophisticated functionality of applications and websites. Anyone who has never tried to think through every possibility in advance will not understand what a responsible work I handle. Therefore, I believe that everyone should “reset the cache” from time to time. I highly appreciate my comfort zone, so maintain its constant expansion.
Hello! My name is Julia, and I am a back-end developer at JetUp Digital. My profile is web development on Laravel and Node.JS. At the company, I do the integrations of UX / UI solutions into frameworks and create custom admin panels for them. Long story short, I make your beautiful design work. I love tabletops, sweets and animals. I’m an invincible Munchkin player.
Puzzles and challenges are what really brings me intellectual pleasure. I am involved in database architecture and development solutions on Laravel. It has been my bread and butter for over 5 years, and during this time I’ve managed to take part in more than 20 different projects, from corporate sites and E-commerce to CRM systems. I play poker and appreciate good whiskey.
“If they tell me that green and red don’t work together, I will show them a photo of a strawberry bed in response.” I don’t like being verbose, and even if I wrote a whole novel here, its essence could be met in 5 words: “I love when it's beautiful.” That’s why I’m constantly looking for new UI solutions. I like reading gloss magazines and shopping.
I don’t perceive design as work. I rather take it for granted — I can’t imagine myself doing anything else. I love learning new stuff and I’m really happy I may never run out of all those interesting-as-hack-and-not-mastered-yet things about just anything. Most of my professional attention is paid to prototyping and modeling user behavior.
Challenges in graphic design are what really bring me pleasure. I do interface design and graphic design. He has been in design for more than 5 years, and during that time he managed to take part in more than 50 different projects, ranging from corporate sites and E Commerce projects to CRM systems.
I'm starting to learn front-end development. But in a short period I managed to achieve pretty good performance in this area.
I have been engraving for quite some time, but just starting to learn front-end development. I like this industry and I think that in the future I will be able to achieve success.