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Alexander Samsonov

Web & Mobile Full-stack Team Manager

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  • Graduation: MA of Public Administration
  • Hourly-/Daily rates: 75 $/hour 600 $/day
  • Languages: English (Full Professional) | Russian (Native or Bilingual)
  • Last update: 16.11.2017
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I believe in the power of information technology and the people who make it outstanding.
I have 13 years of experience and a successful track record in developing, managing and making a variety of profitable innovative projects. Most of my team members have been with me from the very start, and we are proud of what we do for our clients.
7 years ago I founded “dvhb”, a company providing high-end development for web & mobile applications and online services. As a project manager, I had diverse experiences in such different markets as advertising, agriculture, fashion, finance & insurance, travel, government & non-profit, media & events, oil & gas, pharma, restaurants, and retail.
Using an analytical mind, I can deeply immerse myself into business processes, requirements and user stories to build all types of projects, including websites, portals, e-commerce sites, CRM & ERP, social media, GIS, SaaS & cloud services
My portfolio includes: 
  •  Merz Pharma
Me and dvhb team had a goal to make the first release within 4 months to coincide it with the annual corporate meeting where this product was presented as an evolutionary step in company internal operations.
  • JetSmarter
We created a single page application with Retina support and put together a database of all US airport coordinates to entertain the user showing his intended route from a stunning satellite perspective provided by Mapbox.
  • ExactFarming
ExactFarming hired dvhb to create a more user-friendly interface for their new Cloud ERP system release. We dived into agribusiness management and analyzed user experience from the first system release. As a result of UX/UI and frontend development, we made a new web application. It has a clearer and more comfortable modern interface with a great number of new features added.
  • Urban Walks
We were a part of an international team that created the best mobile apps on the market. In 2014–2015 Hyberboloid studio entrusted us a part of development where we could do the best. We rapidly created app’s back office solution: servers, database, API and heavy editorial CMS to add city guides for a successful app launch. We also developed frontend for the award-winning Urban Walks promo site. With all the design insights implemented, the landing has received an Awwwards SOFD and a CSS Design Awards.
  • Maze Rooms
Maze rooms asked us to develop their website and a booking platform when they started to build their first quest room. A functional website is a key business component for an escape game as it provides customer engagement, booking operations and CRM. As we are passionate about real-life quest games ourselves, we had a clear view on what kind of website it should have been. For more than a year we applied Agile and Lean methods for fast feature implementation to keep pace with client’s growing business. The website was handed over to the client-side development team in March 2016.
  • VTB Insurance
Our goal was to redesign the corporate website, to make it oriented on insurance products’ online sales. We’ve made a deep research on analytics, determined users behaviour, popular and needless sections; as a result, a lot of corporate information was moved to About Company section and we gave customers a quick way to quote right on the first screen of the main page. In total, dvhb team has prototyped, designed and put together 58 templates, including those for the mobile version and English version.
  • Splento
We started from a scratch and created new wireframes, putting all the expertise we gathered into work. We defined user journey by asking simple questions like “what happens after this tap” under different circumstances and sought to have it all in under 3 taps. Apart from Uber which was referenced by the client, we analyzed native iOS Photos app and Instagram UX, to aid smooth user involvement. After we delivered 39 screens and a screen map with innumerable improvements and new features, we finally received a thumbs-up from the client.
We are a remote team, available as needed and open to offers.  

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