Front-End Architecture for SaaS Startups

Your startup is awesome and your customers love you. But your code is becoming a mess, and it's slowing your team down.

Hi! I’m Mariano Miguel. I’m a front-end consultant focused in building scalable CSS architectures and design systems. Unlike other generalist front-end developers, I excel at architecting maintainable web front-ends that will scale as you introduce new features and add hire new team members.

Do any of these issues ring a bell?

If that's the case, then I can use my 4+ years of experience in building front-ends to blend scalable, accessible and performant code with measurable business results.

Since 2012, I've collaborated with internationally recognized brands, multi-million dollar startups and numerous web agencies. Projects I’ve worked on have been featured on HackerNews, TechCrunch, Yahoo, FastCo, Time Inc and BusinessWire, to name a few.

Who I work with

I focus on helping SaaS startups and product teams who:

If that sounds like you, then read on!

How I can help

Here are some of the services I provide:

However, I do not specialize in:

Get in touch

I'm currently considering projects for Q1-Q2 2017. Drop me a line and I'll get back to you shortly.

Click here to email Mariano

What people are saying

"Mariano: your work has been amazing. There is not a single person who is not impressed by you. You have been instrumental in taking Vimpact to new levels"
Phillip Bak, Vimpact
"Mariano is talented, fast, friendly, smart and communicative. His code is clean, and he has a good eye for design. I can’t recommend him highly enough."
Michael Suen, Suen Labs
"This is great, thank you very much. We are very pleased with both the quality and communication!"
Adam & Kristina Auckland, Cornerstone Labs

Writing

I write technical articles on the topics of CSS, front-end architecture, web performance, accessibility & more. Read my articles.

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