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Master Geek
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Topic # 148930 5-Jul-2014 21:02
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Hi Everyone

I'm trying to start a business in web and graphic's design, right now I'm looking for a little work to build my portfolio.

I'm pretty good when it comes to working with photoshop, indesign for my graphic design needs, and I use dreamweaver for my web design.

I'm mostly self taught in web and graphic's design, I have done NCEA level 4 Computing, and I have done some art and design course's.

Please do PM me if interested in my services. Depending on the job I will offer a hourly rate of $15 or a fixed total amount for bigger jobs.

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  Reply # 1086855 11-Jul-2014 01:30
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Do you perhaps have your own website we can look at?



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1087544 11-Jul-2014 22:15
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Now that you say that I think it might be a great idea to actually do one once I have one up I will post link

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  Reply # 1088471 14-Jul-2014 12:29
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This is the best thing you can do, an online portfolio is the best thing you could probably have. Anything from old assignments to current work projects. Always helps :)




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