Front End Web Developer.

Hi! Shantanu here :) I’m based in Bangalore, India. I specialize in web UI/UX and front end technologies.


I’ve always been drawn to the overlap between design and technology. My skills range from Wireframing, building Photoshop mockups to coding them into rich, sleek and fast websites. I’m also in the process of teaching myself Angular.


My work is to absorb the idea, establish a solution to the problem, figure the target audience and propose a design that is both impactful and beautiful.


Wire-framing and Photoshop mock-ups follow. The client is kept in the loop throughout the iterative design process until satisfaction is achieved.


Photoshop mock-ups are converted into responsive websites using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and/or Bootstrap 3. Usability testing is done to verify if the design is doing what it was intended to.

My Work

So, I've worked on two sites in my small career as a front end developer. Do check them out!


Personal Project. A webapp to create and embed simple beautiful slideshows.View Demo

  • UI/UX


  • Javascript


Under Construction. Website for a Pune based corporate training firm.

  • UI/UX


  • Responsive


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It all began with my love for listicles based slideshows. I wanted to create a service which would let authors make simple, elegant and fast slideshows and embed them on their blog/website. So, I created View Demo.

While I worked on it, I fell in love with the UI/UX aspect of the project as I realized I created an experience and not just design. Being an 'Instrumentation Engineering' Graduate from Manipal Institute of Technology, I have a solid foundation in connecting complicated parts to make a body that moves seamlessly. I aim to apply the same mindset in my design process as well.

Write to me to discuss your projects, design, development (Music, Design or Star Wars). If you're a recruiter and are interested in a copy of my resumé, you can download it by clicking the button below. Cheers! :)

P.S. Check out my blog too.

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