I'm Matthias Hager. I write terrible about sections, like this one.
I'm interested in projects, jobs, questions, and free food. Email mwhager87 at gmail.
Umoja is the written record of your relationship. It's a tool for couples to experience, document, and remember their lives together. Built on Python/Django and the Django Rest Framework, with a Vue.js frontend.
My goal was to create an incredibly simple way to track movies I have watched, and movies I would like to see. It had to be fast. It had to be fun.
A writing habits application.
A series of tiny, daily challenges that aim to improve your life in small ways. We all lead busy lives. It's tough to find time to experience new things or change old habits. 5MAT gives you a unique challenge every day designed to do just that, in 5 minutes or less.
Phaser Health Meter is a Phaser plugin that lets you easily insert health meters for your sprites. Meters can be attached to any sprite and update dynamically based on the sprite's health component.
Momentum is a short series of emails designed to put your business in a sustainable growth mindset. It’s perfect for established freelancers, solopreneurs, and small online businesses that have plateaued, or are struggling with their marketing efforts.
Drive more leads through your marketing funnel without spending more on ads. This short guide teaches you 5 practical steps you can take right now to improve the opt-in rate on all of your landing pages.
Daily task boards that hold you accountable. Aurora Board helps you plan out your day, and stick to your goals. This is the digital adaptation of my pen & paper task management system. It helps you plan your work 1 day at a time in a simple format. Small triggers help you accomplish your tasks.
I left Edgar to continue my solo work, this time helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses through online marketing. Some of my accomplishments include
Roeder Studios pivoted out of the online training game and into a SaaS app that saves online marketers dozens of hours each month. During this time I transitioned into a numbers guy.
It was my job to track user data through the marketing funnel, trials, and application engagement. I would analyze this information and present reports and recommendations to the team.
I joined the company at a critical time. In my first two months I migrated over 20 individual membership websites onto a WordPress network, and coded the design for the new marketing website.
In addition to my WordPress role, I took on the responsibility of managing InfusionSoft, which the company used heavily for their marketing and ecommerce. I built marketing campaigns, improved our checkout flow, and streamlined the processes that were causing the team constant headaches.
Although I had been performing SEO work for about a year prior to joining Out of Bounds, the freedom of working at a small agency allowed me to grow my skills exponentially.
In this role I was the sole SEO for several clients. I drove traffic via search engine optimization and AdWords for clients including local optometrists and a large regional media provider.
I spent four years serving in the Navy.
There I learned skills such as troubleshooting, which have helped me become a better programmer and marketer.