Freelance Graphic Designer – Boston, Ma

1 years ago
Part Time
Ray Santiago

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We are looking for an awesome graphic designer that can satisfy our client projects. You must be able to adapt and perform! Graphic Designer Job Responsibilities: Prepares work to be accomplished by gathering information and materials. Plans concept by studying information and materials. Illustrates concept by designing rough layout of art and copy regarding arrangement, size, type size and style, and related aesthetic concepts. Obtains approval of concept by submitting rough layout for approva...Read more

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Ray Santiago
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Joined Nov 2019
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Hello my name is Ray and I love Wono! Browse around and welcome to the Wono family!

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