// Random whining.
Although I really should already have done so, I still didn't 'build' myself a personal site. I think my top excuse is that I would really like to create something creative but, as we probably all know, coders usually suck at being creative (at least when it comes to UX).
// Random fact.
Random thing I'm noticing lately: many people checking me out are (or were) NASA employees! Feels great, even though I think it's because of my nickname, which is similar.
Great NASA people, let me tell you that I really love what you are doing for us! Thank you!
PS: feel free to thumb me up sometime :)
// Web projects.
Email Campaign Manager
An old project I recently started updating. Users can register and login, create lists, campaigns, compose plain or html email templates, which can be sent right away or scheduled for a later time. People can subscribe to lists and there is, of course, an unsubscribe option for them as well. There is more, but I am our of chars.
A project I started a few months ago, with the idea of replacing the way too complicated SharePoint solution we have at work for tracking tasks, defects and change requests.
The idea is simple: create a big restaurant directory in Slovenia, powered by comments and ratings. I know this already exists but I built it back in 2007, when it was rather new. It is big, but (I guess) not user friendly enough.
There is much more but I really am out of chars now:(
You can check some of my photos out on deviantART, Flickr, and Instagram (links at the bottom).
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