website, portal, ux/ui design

Portal that unites the community interested in Legions. Owing to interactive maps, graphs and galleries, the portal enjoys popularity on a continuous basis with 2.7 million page views, attracting 195 thousand unique users with up to 430 thousand views on one day.


Development of the website and content creator to be used by the Client.

website, web application

The project had two parts:

Part 1 - web application

Website with interactive tests.

Part 2 - on-line live test

We built web application that allowed to conduct the test live synchronized with TV streaming from the studio. Approx. 1700 students from schools all over the country took part in the test.

website, e-commerce

Designing a website for a Poznań-based pizzeria involved the possibility of creating one's own pizza. An additional dedicated solution was the possibility of registering clients, awarding points for orders and exchanging them for prizes or discounts.

website, e-commerce

The shop makes it possible to order dedicated sweets from a range of original models and adding one's own requests to orders.

website, web aplication

Graphic design and front-end development (HTML + CSS + JS) of infokiosk application for Shopping Center Janki near Warsaw.

website, portal

Development of portal for our client Cultural Center of Podkowa Leśna City. Application allows client to add, edit and create content by themselves. CMS makes it easy to manage calendar events, create photo galleries and upload movies.

web application, mobile application

We have made the application available in browsers and smartphones, which allowed to light the candle for the Legioneries. The result of the action was over 10 thousand lit candles by the users of the application. The app presented information about the cities, which had the most active members in the form of ranking. The project was commissioned by the Museum of Jozef Pilsudski.

web application, mobile application

Applications were allowing users to send e-cards to their friends. Users were able to send e-cards via internet browser or mobile application.