Windows (c#/xaml) Applications


Pixel Art Studio 

UWP, ASP.NET MVC for back-end

My role: Author, front-end and back-end developer, designer

Pixel Art Studio is powerful and easy-to-use tool for anyone, who want to make pixel perfect art. Optimized for pen and touch input devices. Perfectly fit for making pixel art, game graphics and sketching. Allowing to share art into on-line gallery on Azure site.



Rocketbank client


My role: Lead developer, partially designer

Bank-client for windows phone, allows to perform operations with accounts, chat with support, control expenses and shows basic analytics.



Icons8 windows app


My role: took part in project as front-end developer

The app stores all the Icons8 icons on your hard drive and these are available in any format, size, or color.



Everpoint system

Silverlight, Wpf, Html5/JS, ASP.NET MVC

My role: Front-end and back-end developer.

Client-server system to automate business processes in government companies related to geographic area.



Technocracy: voyager game 

Windows phone

My role: Xaml UX/UI Designer, Artist, Animator.

Mobile turn-based strategy civilization like game




WP8.1, Xamarin

My role: front-end developer

Unfinished project. Main idea was to make chat aligned to places on map




Windows phone 7, Silverlight

My role: author, front-end developer, designer

Windows phone app to download and listen podcasts with user friendly navigation. Wasn't released because windows 8.1 integrated podcast app had all those features already. 



Windows Phone 7, Silverlight

My role: Author, developer, designer

My first experience in windows phone development, right after platform was released. Got pretty good ratings and reviews for UI & UX



Photo meter


My role: author, developer

Utility for measure sizes on photography by reference object with known dimensions. 


Zen-money client

Windows phone 7, silverlight, winrt

My role: author, front-end developer

App for personal finances. Was unpublished from store after service changed api, as I had no resources to migrate to new api at that time.