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Offering reasonably-priced graphic design for my friends here...

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Hello,

I have noticed since joining that there are a lot of you who run businesses, organizations, websites, or otherwise.

Personally, I am seeking an opportunity to do my part and help those who mean well in the growing absinthe market.

Ultimately my dream job would be to work either with a distiller, or in an absinthe bar, but for now this will do.

 

I have had two years of clinical, corporate graphic design experience (I worked full-time as a designer and print production/bindery assistant), so I understand well the ins and outs of physical print marketing and brand identity.

 

Whether you have a bar, a distillery, a website, or anything else, please feel free to contact me if you feel as if you could benefit from some help! I currently am unemployed, as I am endeavoring to get my foot in the door in my new residence abroad, so I have all the time in the world to work with you and figure out exactly what you would be looking for, to the best of my abilities.

The big thing is, I just want to work with someone with regards to their budget. I will not be adding any hidden fees or any sort of tomfoolery - what you want is what you get.

 

I have a portfolio and references available from previous associates upon request. I primarily work with Adobe Illustrator - if I grow into a partnership with someone who would need designs for physical print, I will make an investment to purchase InDesign, which I also have much experience with. I had primarily worked with the Creative Suite programs, and I even used to take people's files from other programs and edit them with said software.


...At any rate, thanks for reading! Pass this on to anyone if you feel as if they could benefit.

Anyone interested, merely send me a private message. Thanks!

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InDesign is only $19.99 a month through Creative Cloud and you can choose to only pay for the months you'll be using it. Hardly an "investment" anymore. ;)

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Yep. I would advise against purchasing a perpetual license of anything they offer any longer. Adobe is moving everything to subscription and it is relatively inexpensive for those doing creative work with at least a couple of the CC programs. They offer CS6 licenses still... but that is almost two years out now and doubt support will last much longer when taking newer operating systems and drivers to mind.

 

Full disclaimer: I'm Adobe Community Professional, Adobe Education Leader, and Adobe Influencer... among other roles tied to the company and their products. So take what I say with the obvious affinity for their products under consideration ;)

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Yep. I would advise against purchasing a perpetual license of anything they offer any longer. Adobe is moving everything to subscription and it is relatively inexpensive for those doing creative work with at least a couple of the CC programs. They offer CS6 licenses still... but that is almost two years out now and doubt support will last much longer when taking newer operating systems and drivers to mind.

 

Full disclaimer: I'm Adobe Community Professional, Adobe Education Leader, and Adobe Influencer... among other roles tied to the company and their products. So take what I say with the obvious affinity for their products under consideration ;)

Oh yeah. That was what we were dealing with after my old desk job was converting from CS5.

I'm quite okay with paying less. I didn't know it was that much less, though.

Thanks for the updates, you two! I've been out of the loop for the last few months.

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