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John Manly
United States, Boynton Beach
Senior Graphic/Web Designer & Videographer John Manly, Design, Media & Architecture
I got into graphic design professionally nearly 15 years ago, but I’ve been a creative person all of my life. I began with music around age 4 and transitioned to visual arts throughout high school and college. I think I’m well suited for this line of work because I have pixel-perfect attention to detail and an extremely logical and efficient way of working. I produce clean, professional work in a timely manner. My coworkers can all attest to this fact and I’ve gained a reputation for completing tasks ahead of time. A running joke among my colleagues is that by the time someone thinks of a project they’d like me to work on, I’ve already finished it. Before beginning my career as a multimedia designer, I worked in and studied aviation. Working for the airlines allowed me to develop exceptional multitasking skills and the ability to work quickly without sacrificing quality. In my time with the airlines, I was put into a leadership role on my shift and immediately gained the respect of my peers and elders because of my hard work, knowledge, and lead-by-example leadership style. I never shy away from the difficult tasks that need to be done and will often find innovative, efficient methods to complete them. Outside of work I enjoy scuba diving; exploring local parks and museums; playing video games; and watching documentaries (especially aviation or space ones). Other hobbies of mine include golf, snowboarding, surfing, cooking, making music, and nearly anything involving nature or a body of water.
Design, Media & Architecture
Video Production
After Effects
Website Design
40 $
Nenad Bjegovic
Graphic and UI/UX designer Nenad Bjegovic, Design, Media & Architecture
I used to write novels about my expertise trying not to forget something. My summaries were usually ended with a bunch of information. In the end, even I was not a fan of going through all of it, trying to find and correct some spelling mistakes :). I can only imagine how it all looked to the HRs. I love my job. Otherwise, I would not spend so many years upgrading myself from a simple graphic designer to a UI/UX specialist, which I mostly do today. When I turn back and look all of these years behind, I cannot believe things that I have been dealing with, from simple graphic design, prepress, press, typography, photo retouching, illustrations, promotional campaigns, advertising, photography, gaming, complicated UI/UX projects, from brief to prototypes, working on it alone or as a part of the team, negotiating with clients, presenting them any kind of work, with tight deadlines or not, infected with scrum ways of thinking and the most important thing, still learning, or should I better say, happy when learning. Of course, in all these years some highly creative guys invented a nice tools that I have been using like Mac OS, Illustrator, Indesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, PPT, Jira, Confluence, Balsamiq, InVision, XD, SketchApp, Figma, having enough of HTML, CSS and JavaScript coding knowledge so that some developer, not being a fan of design, could not tell me “this cannot be done”. Flash gave me principles of “moving”, and SEO to think about thinking smart of web content.
Design, Media & Architecture
Banner Design
Graphic Design
User Interface Design
Photo Retouching
Website Design
15 $
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