Antoni Kaniowski

Who

Antoni Kaniowski: I build and design digital products, I am particularly interested in B2B. I'm comfortable bridging business and tech. I know when and how to suggest leaner technologies for particular business problems, design, build and deploy the first versions. I am good at figuring out what you are trying to do and how to do it the easy way. Sometimes I do startups. T-shaped, interested in consulting and product management

 

What

Technology: AWS, Git, Nodejs, GNU/Linux, Postgresql, Python, Ruby, Heroku, Bash, Elasticsearch, Mongodb

Soft: product management, prototyping, insight gathering and synthesis, customer-centric design, user interviews, empathy

 

Contact

  • contact@generativestuff.com
  • 50 28 33 42
  • @generativestuff
  • github.com/97-109-107
  • generativestuff.com

Cases

Cases

The insurance project - project lead
I have negotiated and developed a customer-facing application for a major insurance company. Starting with customer understanding I managed a small team through milestones and day-to-day tasks. The solution provides dashboards based on data collected from their Internet-connected devices. The pipeline involved a few pieces of the Amazon pipeline, file storage, databases and calculations in-between.
The home appliance - architect
We delivered a software and hardware solution which analyzed usage of a home appliance of a major manufacturer. The modified consumer devices were installed in their homes and sent usage & sensor data back to us to compile reports. The work involved crossing both embedded hardware and software limitations and a continent.

Work

Work

Spiio (consultant)
Just before the product launch I was invited to design and implement how the sensor data should be present back to the customers. Spiio's CTO: "The designers and developers we consulted suggested what we could do, but nobody had a clue how to execute that". The final solution involved an unusual mix of vector drawing software and interactive map libraries that still integrated into Spiio's stack.
Just before the product launch I was invited to design and implement how the sensor data should be present back to the customers. Spiio's CTO: "The designers and developers we consulted suggested what we could do, but nobody had a clue how to execute that". The final solution involved an unusual mix of vector drawing software and interactive map libraries that still integrated into Spiio's stack. 🔗
E-commerce idea (testing)
Currently moonlighting over a product idea in the e-commerce space. Trying to figure out if there's room to optimize inbound traffice to (out of stock) items. Status: Demo-able, conducting interviews. If you're in the e-commerce space, I would like to talk to you
Currently moonlighting over a product idea in the e-commerce space. Trying to figure out if there's room to optimize inbound traffice to (out of stock) items. Status: Demo-able, conducting interviews. If you're in the e-commerce space, I would like to talk to you 🔗
wwwas.it (founder)
I have been the single founder/developer/product manager of a SaaS product from start to death. With support from Væksthus Hovedstadsregionen, Founders.as and CIID I have brought a product to an MVP stage. It collects links exchanged on chat platforms (Hipchat, Slack) and provides previews and summaries of websites. It simplifies finding links previously exchanged by providing rich automatic summaries and advanced search functionality.
I have been the single founder/developer/product manager of a SaaS product from start to death. With support from Væksthus Hovedstadsregionen, Founders.as and CIID I have brought a product to an MVP stage. It collects links exchanged on chat platforms (Hipchat, Slack) and provides previews and summaries of websites. It simplifies finding links previously exchanged by providing rich automatic summaries and advanced search functionality.
Flightsense (full-stack)
Working with an open-ended brief we build an experimental interface for exploring booking patterns of a major travel management company. What was mostly challenging about it was the sheer volume of data (which we had to chunk) and taming the OpenGL globe (which everyone now wants to have too).
Working with an open-ended brief we build an experimental interface for exploring booking patterns of a major travel management company. What was mostly challenging about it was the sheer volume of data (which we had to chunk) and taming the OpenGL globe (which everyone now wants to have too). 🔗
Decideact (project lead and full-stack development)
Decideact is SPA web-app for executive managers. It is a tool for decision making, tracking actions and getting things done. The basic atom of the system is a meeting, around which we've build features like: attendance, notes, task delegation, task reporting, automatic reminders and nudging.
Decideact is SPA web-app for executive managers. It is a tool for decision making, tracking actions and getting things done. The basic atom of the system is a meeting, around which we've build features like: attendance, notes, task delegation, task reporting, automatic reminders and nudging. 🔗
Dirty Backends and Sexy UIs (½ of faculty)
Five days of taking mostly design students through both UI and backend development principles. The students were introduced to the vocabulary and understanding of how APIs and SPAs work. Finished off with writing their own mobile app using Framer.js from live weather forecast data.
Five days of taking mostly design students through both UI and backend development principles. The students were introduced to the vocabulary and understanding of how APIs and SPAs work. Finished off with writing their own mobile app using Framer.js from live weather forecast data. 🔗
knowmap.co (co-founder)
Knowmap captures all your company's shared knowledge, from all channels, in one beautiful place. Making it available to all team members, creating a common place for intelligent discussions and provide recognition to knowledge leaders to spur further research.
Knowmap captures all your company's shared knowledge, from all channels, in one beautiful place. Making it available to all team members, creating a common place for intelligent discussions and provide recognition to knowledge leaders to spur further research. 🔗
Creative Clusters map (visualisation design and implementation)
Based on the CVR records we build a map of companies from the creative sectors in Denmark. Clusters can be broken down into smaller subgroups and filtered by their size, type (ex. partnerships) or year of establishing. A major part of work was fine-tuning the clustering algorithm for readability.
Based on the CVR records we build a map of companies from the creative sectors in Denmark. Clusters can be broken down into smaller subgroups and filtered by their size, type (ex. partnerships) or year of establishing. A major part of work was fine-tuning the clustering algorithm for readability.