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Hi, I'm Dawid Wnukowski and here I will write articles about me, my business and a bit about my life probably. I would like to share with you mostly my journey about trying to earn living with mobile apps that I create and publish myself. In the near future, I will write some dev logs.


Romancing SaGa Re;univerSe analysis - Newbie game designer plays games #3

30 Aug 2020 3 minute read 1 comment dawidwnukowski

Hi! As an indie developer, I know how to write code. As an entrepreneur, I learned how to monetize games and what KPIs I should track. I also learned a lot about analytics, data, and ASO. Well. It’s not enough, because I know almost nothing about gam...

Newbie game designer plays games #2: Jumanji: Epic Run – iOS & Android

21 Aug 2020 3 minute read 0 comments dawidwnukowski

Hi! As an indie developer, I know how to write code. As an entrepreneur, I learned how to monetize games and what KPIs I should track. I also learned a lot about analytics, data, and ASO. Well. It’s not enough, because I know almost nothing about gam...

The newbie game designer plays games #1 - WinWing

13 Aug 2020 3 minute read 4 comments dawidwnukowski

Introduction Hi! As an indie developer, I know how to write code. As an entrepreneur, I learned how to monetize games and what KPIs I should track. As being serious about this, I learned a lot about analytics and data. Well. It’s not enough, because...

Monetization in mobile apps

21 Apr 2020 1 minute read 6 comments dawidwnukowski

In today’s mobile app world, apps are usually free. Is it good? I don’t think so, but that’s another topic and users already used to free apps so… if you want to stay competitive, you usually have to make your app free as well. Now, there is a proble...

Planning is important! How I plan daily activities?

11 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments dawidwnukowski

In this short article, I would like to share with you my simple ways of planning tasks. There are so many ways to do it, but what I discovered is that the simplest things work the best. I think it’s counterproductive to spend too much time on short t...