My passion for doing design motivated me to choose the program of Fine Arts. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts Major in Advertising at EARIST. Then I realized that the world of digital online was the new way of the future, this is the reason I focused directly on Web and Graphic designing. And I studied and finished Web Design at the Academy of Learning College in British Columbia, Canada. In recent years, I have been heavily involved in front end development of HTML, CSS, and jquery, user experience, and visual design. It keeps me motivated and open to many challenges. My focus is to create designs that are clean, innovative, stylish, and unique. My experienced taught me to juggle multiple clients and to work fast and efficiently.
I used these steps as my standard process when I am working on a design project. This process keeps me organized and makes my job fast and effective so that I could provide my client with the best and quality output of creativeness. These are the following:
The first step of the project is most likely having a conversation with the client discussing the job they want to present. Asking them some questions that would help me fully understand what they require, the information collected will be my reference for doing research and starting a project plan.
After having a better understanding of the client’s needs and requirements, I can start designing the first layout of the artwork base on the information collected from the clients I have researched. When it is complete, I will present the artwork for final review and approval.
When the designs are developed and ready for presentation and final approval, this is the time when my client can check for any additional needs and changes they want. If there are any, revision of the artwork can be done. It is my desire that my clients will be satisfied with the final revision of the complete project before they approve it.
We can call it a success when the project has been completed without any more changes when the client is fully satisfied and approved the final result of the project. At this time, I should provide all the necessary required files and final artwork to the client. This step applies to both digital and print artwork.
I learned and tried a lot of different software and applications for my projects, and I only used the best that is easy and effective in creating my digital designs. Below are the software and applications that I regularly use in my day to day work.
Tiny PNG uses smart lossy compression techniques to reduce the file size of your PNG and JPG files.
Muzli Colors palette generator creates beautiful color schemes that work.
GTmetrix sees how your site performs, reveals why it’s slow, and discovers optimization opportunities.
Flaticon the largest database of free icons available in PNG, SVG, EPS, PSD, and BASE 64 formats.
Vector Magic automatically converts JPG, PNG, BMP, and GIF bitmap images to true SVG, EPS, and PDF vector images online by simply uploading them.
Can I use provides up-to-date browser support tables for support of front-end web technologies on desktop and mobile web browsers.
W3Schools the world’s largest web developer site.
HTML Validator checks the markup validity of web documents in HTML, XHTML, SMIL, MathML, etc.
Adobe Fonts: access comes with any Creative Cloud subscription.
Google Fonts. It is a neo-grotesque sans-serif typeface family developed by Google as the system font for its mobile operating system Android.
My other favorites are Montserrat, Roboto, Inter, Poppins, Lora, Source Serif Pro, Sarabun, Fira Sans, Barlow, IBM Plex Sans, and IBM Plex Serif.
WhatFontIs this site is a very useful site that can trace a similar font, it will find the best matches to existing.
Fontpair is a typography site dedicated to helping creators use beautiful typography for their creative projects.
Unsplash is another essential free stock image site for e-commerce entrepreneurs or any marketing campaigns which you create.
Pexels has a wealth of high-quality stock images available that cover a wide spectrum of topics.
Pixabay is one of the most popular royalty-free image sites online. It has probably one of the most extensive search and filter mechanisms, and you can even filter by the camera it was taken with.
StockSnap.io has a great range of high-quality free stock images. You can search via image tags, as well as a filter via trending, views, downloads, and favorites.
Negative Space has lots of landscapes and tech, plus other random things.
Life of Pix is a great-looking site that makes sure to display the best photo’s on a proper stage, the main page is more like a feed of fantastic photographs.
If you are interested to have a partnership with me, in working on your project designs I’d love to hear from you.
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