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Manuel Frigerio

Creator, nerdpreneur, foodie, wine lover.

Hello.

My name is Manuel. I'm an Entrepreneur, project manager & full-stack Ruby on Rails developer.

I have 5+ years of experience in managing large projects, where I usually take care of the entire development process.

I love to create things and in my spare time I work on small personal projects.

I'm currently based in London, UK travelling the world as a digital nomad .

Things I can do

Product Management

I know how to deliver excellence at neckbreak speed. Always lean and agile.

Coding

I can build almost anything, from simple WP websites to very complex web applications.

UX Design

From idea to implementation. I can guide you through the best practices of UX.

Things I've done

EventNinja

A platform for event organisers to improve their marketing efforts with analytics. Front&Back-end.

Crukafe

A global seller of organic and fair-trade coffee. Front&Back-end

Terence Blacker

Personal blog of the renowned "The Independent" columnist and books writer. Front&Back-end.

Things I'm doing

Maître

The ultimate Growth Hacking tool. Create a viral waiting list in 60 seconds.

Things I

Growing up in Italy, I love food and good wine.
I'm vegetarian and semi-obsessed with healthy eating habits, hence I cook a lot and experiment new recipes.

Another thing I'm obsessed with is books. My favourite topics are business, psychology, history and philosophy. I'm currently reading Vagabonding, by Rolf Potts "Guns, Germs and Steel", by Jared Diamond. (here's my library)

I love design and great UX. I've developed extensive knowledge about user interfaces and I've been teaching Design & UX in private courses.

Lastly, and as cliché as it may sound, I'm a fanatic traveller. I've been travelling AND living in 8 different countries so far. My dream is to become completely location independent. In October 2016 I've started a 10 months trip in Asia as a solo traveller.

Get in touch

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