Subash designs clean and intriguing interfaces for web and mobile and codes them with perfect responsiveness. He's worked with startups like 'Geteco, eTherapi, Listbingo, and NTTY, helping them with design tasks like interfaces for web, mobile, and print as well as front-end feature development. He also co-owns a web design agency where he works closely with designers and developers, serving startups and online marketing companies.
Worked on the complete re-designing of the very popular newspaper "The Himalayan Times." It was the first responsive online newspaper of Nepal.
Designed and coded responsive application back-ends for major banks. It was a pretty challenging job to code them responsive back then, since there weren't any helpful responsive frameworks available. But the job success led to many other bank software jobs for the company.
Gold Coast Tourism (www.visitgoldcoast.com/gold-coast-holiday-deals; Via Toptal)
Present (2023 years)
Designed a custom map for 'holiday deals' on Photoshop. The client wanted something like https://www.francetoday.com/france-map/#?lat=48.1689092&lng=6.8185429&range=100&cat_ID=557&type=regions&label=Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine and didn't have the illustrations handy to start the project. It was quite challenging to start but client was pretty happy with the end result.
Converted the map design to HTML using Bootstrap and added interactions through jQuery.
Designed the holiday deals page and converted to HTML.
Designed the pop-up modal for offers and converted it to HTML.
For this job, we didn't do any wireframes as such, but the client knew what he wanted. We were able to communicate our ideas well and the site ended up looking pretty beautiful and usable. The design process client had some specific concerns about SEO, so I designed each web page thinking of things that could help with better search engine rankings. Once the designs were done, I coded the pages responsively using Bootstrap and my developer converted it clean to WordPress. The client was pretty impressed with the site and he's now one of my long-term clients.
eTherapi came to me for help with their application's UI design. After a few screens test designs, I joined the company full-time as a UI/UX guy. I designed their complete web application, their product website, and other marketing materials. The company’s front-end and development was based in Vietnam, but the the head-office team were really impressed with my work design and front-end skill, so they had me on board to open a new development branch in Kathmandu.
I worked full-time at Eco. We first began the product website through wireframing. I worked along with our CEO to produce wireframes making sure we had addressed our UX and clientele concerns. Once the wireframes were finalized, each page was designed using Photoshop and later coded responsively using Bootstrap framework.
This site was done for my regular client; we didn't have many specs from the client initially. So, I had to research competitor websites and develop an idea and design the pages. Once the normal placeholders were ready, it got easy for the client to understand how he needed his copy done for the website. Each page is bespoke and really unique, I coded them responsively and have used a lot of jQuery plugins. Later, my developer converted it to WordPress.