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My name is Octavio Amuchástegui and I'm a Spanish 🇪🇸 guy that was raised in Argentina 🇦🇷, currently coding and designing from Brazil 🇧🇷, more or less at some km of distance from you.

You can request my curriculum and I will send you a copy in one of this 💾, make your request by letter. But if you prefer you can find all the information on my Linkedin.

Also if you don't want to lose your time, you can try to find some code in my Github maybe by the time you are reading this I'll have created a nice project.

Last but not least you can take a look at my design works in Behance.

Developer and Designer

I wrote my first HTML in 2002 and, what once looked like a hobby became my passion, and then my profession.

At the beginning I worked in different companies creating themes in WordPress, static sites, Facebook applications, systems and landing pages (and sometimes I still do). This gave me the opportunity to work in very different environments like PHP (and frameworks), Rails, Python, Node.js.

In 2014 I started working in Construct a startup with a solution for Construction Administration (b2b) and worked for almost two years. There, my interest for SPA has started, I had the opportunity to write all the web app with AngularJS, play with some different browser's APIs (like record API) and a lot of fun stuff. Also I've designed (UI, wireframes) the webapp and the mobile apps.

In 2016 I co-founded Vulpi (a b2b hire platform) I was the CTO and there we wrote the web application also with AngularJS and designed all the products and landing pages.

After that, I spent some time working in freelance projects, like Troco do café (marketplace design and front-end, and later all the migration to WordPress), Benvenuto (real state platform that I've designed and made the front end), AZLA (ERP monitor dashboard that I've designed), and some sites using WordPress and with no back-end.

Today I'm changing my focus to Vuejs. Since all my code is from private companies, there is not many of public code, but take a look at my Github.

These are some of the projects that I had designed for some clients, and some of them I've also coded. I'm getting them from the Behance API and saving the data in the Local Storage, but you can check them on my Behance profile.