About me

My story

I started my design career in Serbia. Where I studied: Software Engineering, before i moved myself to Web Design and WordPress Development.

Passion for design

I loved designing things, so I started a YouTube channel to improve my skills. This forced me to create something new every week and made me a little bit better with every video.

Working with WordPress

I had heard of WordPress before but never really dug into it. This changed when I decided that I was time to broaden my skills so I could make my design projects come to live in websites.

How do you work Nino?

My workflow

I always follow specific steps when I’m working on a design project. In this way I can keep everything organised and it creates moments to talk about the project with my clients.

What do I use?


I like to use the latest software for my projects, so I know there is nothing better to use for my clients. These are the platforms that I use on a regular basis.

Recurring questions I get


I often get asked the same questions. I’ve put the most common in this section.

Can I edit the websites myself?

Yes! I think this is one of the points that makes me stand out from other people who sell websites. Since I use the latest software it’s very easy to edit the text, images and other content on the pages. You can almost change everything if you want to. 

How much do you charge per website?

Most of the projects I work on start from €/$ 500 and go up to €/$ 10.000.  This depends on your needs and wants, the design and the functionality.

Who owns the website after you're done?

You. I don’t own anything of the website. If you want I can give you full admin rights, so you can even delete me as you want. You pay for the website, so it’s your property.

The only thing that I want is to put the website in my portfolio if I want to.

How long does it take to finish a website?

Approximately 1 month. Sometimes can be done for 7 days, depends on project. But most of the times it takes longer because of different revisions rounds that we have to go through to get a perfect website. 


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