Before we start any work I want to get a clear understanding of the problem you are trying to solve. This means a deep dive into your business and customers. Let's dive deep into the problem you are trying to solve.
Then we start the design process. We decide on what feel the site should have and proceed to choose a color palette and typography. We delve deep into what we want the users to experience.
Look, I get it. We all love our product and want to launch the best thing ever. Forget that, build the prototype and launch it, then iterate based on user feedback. As Reid Hoffman says: You should be somewhat embarrassed of your product when you launch.
Once the prototype is live, we gather information. Using hotjar and google analytics, we'll iterate the protoype. This is when the real product building begins and you start making decisions based on your customers feedback.
Look. I'm smart enough to know I don't know everything. And I don't pretend to. Sometimes you need a job done where I don't know how to do it all.
I won't charge you for hours I spend solving problems and banging my head against the wall, and I won't give you any timeline guarantees. That's the trade off.
I'll even slice my hourly rate in two or agree to a fixed price. The only thing I promise is that we'll get a product launched at the end of the project, and that I'll figure out how to do it.
I'm Fredrik. I'm part entrepreneur, coder, adventurer, coach, teacher and sportsman.
I'm passionate about building great products, and I'm extremely enthusiastic about technology. Being a part of building the future we have ahead of us excites me greatly.
Recently I've worked on a project called Adrenaline Advisor, where you can find all of the exciting adventures that Norway has to offer on an easy to access map. You can find that here.
I aim to be a strategic partner for those I associate with, not only being active in the coding process but in the creating of the product.
If you are looking for someone who is passionate, enthusiastic and cares deeply about technology and entrepreneurship, you should get in touch with me.
In my spare time I love to surf, scuba dive, read, snowboard, work out and play beach volleyball in the sun. I also like cats and dogs. But I'm leaning more towards dogs, if that matters to you.
Tech is risky. It's expensive. Most of the time you don't understand what is being done or what you are paying for. I get it. I've been there. My first startup had a tough time because I didn't know how to deal with the facts that I stated above. In fact that is why I started to learn coding. The core of my manifesto is that you should pay for the product, not the process.
Simplistic. User-driven. Material. Responsive.
Clean. Modular. Modern. Robust.
Launch. Gather data. Analyze. Improve.
- Mark Zuckerberg | Facebook
- Reid Hoffman | LinkedIn
- Brian Chesky | AirBnB
- Henry Ford | Ford
- Wayne Gretzky
- Steve Jobs | Apple
Are you running a promising startup? Trying to launch an exciting new technical product? This is for you.
I know the struggle. I've been there myself. I'd like to give an offers to entrepreneurs, because I know how hard it can be to get something great up and running.
I'll offer my services at a discounted price. I'll help you get your MVP up and running, and I'll give advice from what I've learned from my own ventures.