One man start-up team. Extended Full Stack. Jack of all trades, but pretty confident in those.
Experienced with print, fluent with tools, and a true desire for quality
Technical background and knowledgeable about hacking modern apps
Startup experience in making things happen
Yet it's vital to choose the right tool for the job. Beeing already familiar to myriad of cool libraries, tools & services I'm quite flexible with adopting yet one another
Ok, the first point was easy. Research is important and googling is half of the job anyways.
And this point is tricky
It's essential to do deep needs evaluation and then agree on the project scope. Clear communication is the key to victory.
Yes, I can code it, but it's way faster to produce some mockups. And even faster to just draw it. Agile, but it won't hurt to try getting it right, from the start. And let's explore great ideas before timeline brings us back to earth...
Good tech choice can provide lot's of features out-of-the-box and help to avoid crunching issues that do not add any end value. Also, who would like to work with poor tech choice?
Continous Orchestration of Development Endeavours(?)
With honest hard work (and coffee) the project will magically start to appear and bring happiness to all stakeholders.
The truth is that most projects can never finish entirely. There always could be another iteration, improvements or linked idea to follow — well, so I'm ready to do it!