At the beginning it was friendship, client orders and the desire to build something on our own.
For several years, in the agency and the freelance world, we have encountered recurring problems. We were witnesses of delayed deadlines, unfinished projects and burned crew members.
These problems arose from two things - bad communication and mess in the information.
We decided to build Freelo - a port for all stray sailors who want to save time, nerves and money.
Less is more. Quality over quantity. We have clearly set the direction in which we are sailing. Our perimeter function must make sense. We have a lot of choices about what belongs to Freelo and what is not. It is up to us to make quality a prime one.
Making it simple is complicated When you work you need to know which direction to tighten the sails. The main thing is simplicity and speed. We build Freelo so that every click is understandable without reading FAQ.
Thanks to Charles in Freelo everything runs like a watch. When he is not behind the keyboard, he likes to play sports, go on a family trip, or figure out what kind of salad he does for dinner.
John takes care of Freelo's good usability. From graphics, over UX to coding. He enjoys the whole process of creating an application or a website. Besides Freelo, he likes to cook, rides on a bicycle and travels.
Charles likes numbers. He works a lot with the database and analyzes what can be done. When he closes Excel, he likes to travel to warm landscapes. In summer, you can safely meet him at the Canary Islands in Las Palmas.