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Jay's CPU Services & Web Design, Inc. - Freelance Website Design & Website Architecture
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3.5
2 Skills
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Welcome, my name is Hans Whitaker, I am an experienced website designer looking for part time work, I have 15 years in the web design field. I am currently studying HTML 5 and almost finished with the class
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Kevin Tillett - Freelance Ad Design & Website Design
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3.5
2 Skills
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Have close to 10 years of experience working in the graphic design field. Started off with creating ads for publications and then moved into the world of promotional products and advertisement. Most of my freelance work has centered around creating a corporate identity for someone. The work has varied from logos, business cards, letter heads, publication designs, to building websites and...
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
K Foster - Freelance Website Design & Admin Support
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3.0
2 Skills
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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Crystal Moss - Freelance Website Design & Windows Programming
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3.5
2 Skills
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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Emily Parker - Freelance Graphic Design & Website Design
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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

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Michelle Parkins - Freelance Architectural Illustration & Presentation Design
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3.0
2 Skills
$20
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Education: • Master’s Landscape Arch., University of Oregon (Dec, 2011) - Study Aboard, Architecture in Rome, Italy (Summer 2009) • B. S. Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences-Conservation Biology University of Illinois-Champaign-Urbana (Aug, 2003) Certifications/Licenses/Awards: • Healthcare Garden Design Certificate of Merit - Chicago Botanic Garden (May 2011) • Pat Tillman Foundation Selectee Honor for University of Oregon (2010-2011,2011-2012) • Oregon Chapter ASLA Education Fund Recipient (2010-2011) • Marie and Arthur Berger Scholarship Recipient (2009-2010) • Serving Returning Veterans –A Community Response to Trauma, Certificate of Attending (October 2010) • University of Oregon 15 Passenger Van Certification • Trained and licensed by the U.S. Forest Service for the use of ATV’s (All Terrain Vehicles) • Public Pesticide Applicator License-Oregon Department of Agriculture: Category: 731-Agriculture Insecticide and Fungicide Skills/Qualities: • Software: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Prezi, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Sketch-Up, GIS, AUTOCAD, Husky Fex. 21(handheld computers), Trimble Geo3 GPS and Geo XT systems/units. • Research, Communication, Organizational, Fun, Energetic, Honest, Open, Diligent, Flexible, Loyal, Fast Leaner, High Standards, Persistent, Plant installation, Landscape Maintenance Experience: Principle/Consultant Landscape Designer and Gardener, MP Landscape Design & More March, 2010 - Present • Owner of independent design and maintenance business who works directly with homeowners and other small businesses for landscape design and maintenance of residential and business outside spaces. • Independent contract work with Red Bird Design, duties include: sources and listing Portland, OR metropolitan Retail Garden Center & Furnishing Outlets, Landscape Contractor Exam preparations & timelines, and Landscape Contractor & Maintenance Companies in/around Corvallis, Oregon and other duties and task as needed. • Consultant to Landscape Architects and others interested in Gardens for veterans - Advise and suggest varies elements, design ideas, and principles • Guest Presenter Chicago Botanic Garden, Healing Through Nature: Healthcare Gardens for Veterans and Children with Sensory Processing and Spectrum Disorders Seminar July 2012: - After Facility Care: Transition Home & Necessity of Restorative Gardens for Veterans & Families Gardener/Landscape Designer, Sweet Pea Gardening & Design Inc. October, 2012 – Present • Design residential landscape designs including: planting plans, hard and soft-scapes. • Complete landscape maintenance requests and needs for residential and businesses clients, including, pruning, mowing, edging, leaf removal, pond cleaning, and plant installation Intern/Landscape Installer, Second Growth, Inc August 2012 - October 2012 • Reviewed, interpreted and delineated construction documents for landscape installation including details of rain gardens, irrigation, large rocks (1000+ lbs), trees and other plants for installation at University of Oregon’s Lewis Integrated Science Building • Research and provided plant substitutions as needed Volunteer Social Media Organizer/Facilitator for Therapeutic Gardens for Veterans January 2012 – Present • Developed, Organized and Facilitator of Facebook Page and LinkedIn Group pertaining to Therapeutic Gardens for Veterans. Goal is to use social media networks to allow those with common interest and passion for therapeutic gardens for veterans a place to share, collaborate, and discuss issues, resources, conversations and network. Volunteer Researcher, Trauma Healing Project Research Team May 2011 - Present • Work closely with fellow researchers in team setting regarding giving a voice to Trauma Survivors including Veterans. 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Assist with collection of leaves in the fall for use on private and city properties for compositing. • Equipment used: Toro 4000 mower, Steiner mower (deck or blower attached), and John Deer tractors with attachments: aerators, slicers and fertilizers spreader. Other equipment: edger, backpack blowers, weed eaters, power pruner’s and1-ton left trucks. Biologist Science Tech. (GS5-Step 2), U.S. Forest Service, Dorena Genetic Resource Center, Umpqua National Forest, Cottage Grove, OR June, 2006 - May, 2007 • Assistant Nursery Crew Leader, worked as the backup for the nursery crew leader • Duties include but not limited too: culturing of plants, plant propagation, and related horticultural duties, including application of pesticides when necessary. • Cone and seed processing and extraction, breeding and seed production; input, summary, and preliminary analysis of data; and direction of occasional student and/or inmate work crews. Assistant Aquarium Staff, Ocean Blue Aquarium Maintenance Service Nov, 2004 - April, 2007 • Help setup and maintain salt and fresh water aquariums. The setup consists of installing pumps, filters, aquarium gravel, decorations and other necessary equipment for the aquariums all per the costumer’s satisfactions. • Maintaining the aquariums is monthly or bi-monthly visits to the aquariums for cleaning, changing of filters and checking on the fish. • Write up invoices for the maintenances. The invoices consist of fees for the maintenance and the supplies used. Biologist Science Tech.-Fisheries (GS-5-Step 1) US Forest Service-Pacific Northwest Research Station, Corvallis, OR February, 2005 - September, 2005 • Performed support work in the field of Fisheries Biology - Methods used included electro-shock sampling, tagging, trapping, and smolt/screw traps - Assisted in gathering field data for amphibian populations - Assisted scientist with compiling field and laboratory data for preparation of interim reports • Conducted library searches for literature on research projects • Prepared and analyzed biological samples Biologist Technician (GS-5-Step2), Dorena Genetic Resource Center, Umpqua National Forest, Cottage Grove, OR January, 2004 - February, 2005 • Inspected, collected and summarized data of various pine species for Blister Rust Disease, fungus growth, and other noticeable infestations in greenhouse, nursery and natural environments. • Use hand held computers, Husky Fex 21, to input and store data. • Prepared and created readable charts, document and summaries of the data collected. • Continuous use of Excel, MS Word, PowerPoint, Lotus Notes, and the Internet. Wildlife Biologist Intern, Bureau of Land Management and the Chicago Botanic Garden, South Coast Field Office, Palm Springs, CA Oct. 2003 - January, 2004 • Monitored wilderness areas and habitats for the Federal and/or State Threaten, Endangered, BLM and/or State Sensitive Species - Tracked and collected species counts for various wildlife • Imputed on the Biological Impacts to Peninsular Bighorn Sheep for the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Biological Evaluation (BE) on the Trails Management Plan for the Palm Springs area trails • Prepared Environmental Assessments, Biological Opinions, NEPA, ACEC documents in accordance with the United States Department of Interior-Bureau of Land Management guidelines Botanist Intern Bureau of Land Management and the Chicago Botanic Garden, Pinedale, WY June 2003 - October 2003 • Employed various rangeland monitoring methods to assess the health and condition of public ecosystems - Daubenmire, % composition by cover per transect - Landscape Appearance Method-Forage utilization - Dry Weight Rank Method-% Composition by weight - Line Point Intercept Data Collection-Using Gap, Basal, Cover Methods of Forage • Relocated/Re-photographed Historic Rangeland Photo points used in assessing long term health and condition of the ecological unit • Used Trimble Geo3 GPS and Geo XT systems/units to collect data for range conservationists • Mapped and interpreted data using GPS Pathfinder, Arc Map and Arc View programs - Exported/collaborated data using Arc Map - Produced topography maps using Arc Map and collected data Animal Care Taker University of Illinois June 2000 – June 2003 • Provided proper nutrition and habitat conditions for various research animals (laboratory rats, mice, frogs, and birds) • Monitor the health, environmental conditions and administered medications for laboratory animals Operations Specialist Petty Officer 3rd Class, U.S. Navy, USS Abraham Lincoln CVN-72 Everett, WA October 1996 - September 1999 • Granted a Secret Clearance from the Department of Defense • Contributed to the safe navigation of the USS Abraham Lincoln • Spotted, identified and tracked friend and enemy aircraft, ships and submarines using Global Positioning Systems, charts and graphs • Assistant for Divisional Training of 100 personnel • Organized and maintained personnel files for 180 sailors • Coordinated daily updating and filing of various military reports • Performed operation, maintenance and cleanliness of the Mk-7 Mod 3 arresting gear (used to land aircraft) and associated equipment. • Supervised and Trained compliance of Navy Safety Regulations - Assisted in the supervision and enforcement of safety regulations for a division of 500 personnel
Medford, Oregon, United States
Rachelle Smith - Freelance Animation & Graphic Design
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4.5
2 Skills
$30
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Hello! My name is Rachelle Smith and I have a passion for creating fun and energetic 2d motion graphics designs. I have experience working collaboratively in creative design studio spaces, and independently on freelance work. Here is a link to my behance portfolio - https://www.behance.net/rachellesmith
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Dale Ziemianski - Freelance Book Cover Design & Digital Art
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4.5
2 Skills
$25
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I'm a digital sci-fi/fantasy/horror illustrator. I've been in this genre as an artist since my first magazine cover for Analog Sept 1998. I started working in digital as soon as Win98 came out. Since working in digital, I've developed a method that allows me to bypass the 'sketch stage - which I feel forces my clients to have to 'imagine' what the final will look like, and instead present a full color illustration as your first sketch, anticipating that changes will be requested, anywhere from major overhauls to simple fine tuning. So while my workflow may seem unorthodox when I send you full color illustrations as a first sketch, rest assured that it doesn't necessarily mean it's done (unless it's exactly what you wanted of course). I normally transfer all rights to my clients if the idea isn't mine, and my finals are poster size at a quality printable 300 pixels per inch, just in case you need to make promotional posters. Frequent feedback during the creative process is always welcome.
Lancaster, Ohio, United States
Mark Scott - Freelance Content Writing & Editing
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5.0
2 Skills
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Mark W. Scott 1409 Arborview Blvd. Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Phone: 248.910.3403 E-mail: mscott@convergencepubgroup.com Business Accomplishments As President, Convergence Publishing Group, LLC Founded editorial and publishing services company that has worked with both small and large publishers, as well as other businesses and nonprofit organizations, in areas of product management, content development, quality assurance, and communications. Primary service has been the development and management of web-based products for companies such as ProQuest Information and Learning and Thomson-Gale. As Publisher, Literature and Business Product, Gale Group, Inc. Led teams in creation of content that fed multiple print and online products in Gale’s Literature and Business portfolios, generating more than $70 million annually in sales. Key senior member of cross-functional team that developed and released Gale’s proprietary ebook program in 2003. Launched 11 new reference products during tenure. More than 90% of new products met their release dates and generated more than $2 million in sales collectively since publication. Led effort to successfully migrate customers from declining print to higher-margin online resource centers. As Director of Editorial Services, Aspen Publishers, Inc. Expanded company’s licensing program and increased revenue from licensing and publishing alliances by more than 60 percent in two years. Contributed to company initiative to develop a media-neutral repository of health administration and patient care journals for online distribution and content repurposing. Led department’s efforts to streamline production schedules by as much as 40 percent in two years. Managed an increase of nearly 40 new print and electronic products in 1999 while reducing development and production costs by more than $100,000. As Executive Editor, The Taft Group: Led division's shift in new product development from print to electronic information products; introduced first CD-ROM fundraising tools to the nonprofit marketplace. Reversed declining revenues from "legacy" print publications; between 1992 and 1995, net unit sales of three core print directories increased by an average of 13 percent. Expanded custom directory and newsletter programs in division--the first such "customized" product lines within the company; in 1995, revenue from these programs accounted for nearly 6 percent of net sales. Work Experience 11/03 – Present Convergence Publishing Group, LLC Ann Arbor, MI Founded editorial services company to provide publications support for publishing and non-publishing businesses. Projects include web-based content development and quality assurance, editorial and preproduction activities for print products, project management, and internal communications. Clients include ProQuest Literature and Learning, Thomson/Gale, Fannie Mae Foundation, Aspen Publishers, Council on Foundations, and others. 12/99 - 11/03 Gale Group, Inc., Farmington Hills, MI Publisher, Literature and Business Products Directed publishing programs of two of the largest business units in the company, generating annual sales of nearly $70 million. Oversaw the annual publication of more than 60 print/electronic products, consisting of approximately 240 serial and iterative directory volumes. Administered annual budgets totaling $4 million and directly supervised 9 senior editorial staff. Routinely conducted market research to guide marketing programs, new product conceptualization, and product life-cycle management. 9/97 - 11/99 Aspen Publishers, Inc., Gaithersburg, MD Director of Editorial Services Managed editorial activities of four departments, 20 employees, and more than 70 freelance copyeditors, proofreaders, and indexers. In 1999, division produced nearly 400 print and electronic publications, including journals, books, loose-leaf products, and electronic media. Also responsible for company’s permissions and copyright management, including licensing of Aspen content to third-party information providers. Responsible for the timely development and production of products with annual revenues of $30 million. Oversee annual operating budgets totaling more than $2.2 million. 4/96 - 7/97 Capitol Publications, Inc., Alexandria, VA Director of Information Products Managed product development for two profit centers consisting of more than 30 active print titles, electronic databases, software applications, and custom research services. Responsible for new product development and cultivation of new business opportunities, including joint ventures, data acquisition, and data licensing to publishers and third-party providers. Managed all Internet publishing activities of the Nonprofit Product Group. Administered annual budget of more than $1 million and supervised team of four editors and numerous contractors. 9/91 - 4/96 The Taft Group, a Division of The Gale Group, Rockville, MD Executive Editor Managed offsite division of parent company, including product development; supervision of 16-member team of editors, researchers, and production/design staff; new product research and production; business development; and alignment of marketing, sales, and editorial functions. Administered annual sales budget of more than $4 million. Represented company at all market conferences and trade shows. 7/81 - 9/91 Gale Research Inc., Detroit, MI Held various editorial and management positions involving content creation and editing; quality oversight; staff supervision; new product development; and budget administration. Professional Development Denver Publishing Institute (one of two employees awarded scholarship by Gale Research) Management for the Newly Appointed Manager (University of Michigan Executive Program) Fast-Cycle Product Development (Thomson Publishing, Inc.) Organizational Leadership (Thomson Publishing, Inc.) Wolters Kluwer Executive Development Program (Wolters Kluwer, Inc.) Fundamentals of Multimedia Development (George Washington University) Education Central Michigan University, MA English Western Michigan University, BA English and Journalism
Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Charlane Bueno - Freelance Horror Art & Painting
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2.0
2 Skills
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I am a young artist that has been drawing and has lived in San Jose, California all her life. Like all kids, I sometimes did not like being told what to do or in this case being told what or how to draw. For example, I do not plan what I am going to draw next, I just let the pencil or paintbrush do its work and it turns out something beautiful and creative. I take 'planning out' or 'sketching out' and throw them out the window unless its a project on canvas, then there would be some form of planning. For awhile now, I have brought myself to like and absorb the goth culture such as lolita. My art is a goth cartoon style along with cute attributes. Some might find them peculiar or odd but I am proud to call them my own. The artists that inspired me to do what I love include, Yoh, Roman Dirge, and Jamie Smart. The video game, movie and fashion industries have also indulged my creativity such as Dark Souls, Bioshock, Silent Hill, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, and Tim Burton films. I have done a majority of work on basic 8 1/2 x 11 drawing paper and large mat boards using, Prismacolor colored pencils, Staedtler pigment liners, and Faber Castell pencils. Unfortunately I have stopped using Sharpies.
United States