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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We are a small agency in Japan I need someone that is good with WebDesign and has ability to work with Sketch and Zeplin. We do have the specifications and I need to start right away. Please, show me your PORTFOLIO since that will be the key for hiring. Need somebody that can give me at least 60-70 hours in the next 2 weeks.
Skills: Graphic design GUI Design Marketing strategy Sketch App User Experience Design Web design
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I need to digitize two graphs into Excel spreadsheet. There is 12 days in total. Please make a measurements every hour. Graphs are in the sheet attached. There are eight columns to be completed.
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
we are now hiring a studio with voice talents( one male and one female, sometimes there may be a third one in the conversation) to record a bunch of dialogues and lectures for our TOEFL practice tests. Requirement: standard American accent; able to deliver a speech or lecture in a professor way. We have sample official style for you to imitate. Our rate is 4 dollars per finished minute. Once chosen, you may receive a 300 minutes contracts. If you are interested in the job, please record a sample for us the script is attached. sample script is as follows: but you only need to hand in a 90 seconds sample Lecture 1 Narrator: Listen to part of a lecture in a physics class. Professor: There are many different forms of energy, uh… and in general one form of energy can be transformed into another form… when energy is added to an electron and an atom, the electron will release that energy and in so doing, transform it into another form of energy, such as electromagnetic energy. Electromagnetic energy comes in different forms; such as light, heat, x-rays, microwaves, and electricity. Now, in most cases when we want to generate electromagnetic energy, we want to generate one specific form of energy. When we want heat, we’ll want to convert some form of energy, such as electricity into only heat energy… and when we want light, we’ll want to convert electricity into only light energy and this is what we’re going to talk about. Ok, uh… suppose we’re looking for an ideal device to generate light. What would the ideal light generating device be? Uh… it would be one that would give us exactly what we wanted. In other words, all the energy that goes into this device would come out in the form of light and none of it would be converted into heat or any of these other forms of energy we mentioned. We’d also want this source to be fueled by energy that’s safe and easy to store and use and it could be converted efficiently. And once we have our light, we don’t want any substance left over that would be hard to dispose of… (unclear) to harm us or the environment. Now, historically speaking, we’ve actually come a long way toward this goal. Um… what did our early ancestors use to get light? Well, they used a simple means. They used fire. But, fire generates thermal energy… heat. Uh, granted fire provides some light but it produces much more heat, um… we find the same problem with the incandescent light bulbs we use today. It’s true that with incandescent bulbs, there’s a higher ratio of light to heat than you’d get from a campfire, but you’re still getting more heat than you want. If you’ve ever tried to unscrew an incandescent light bulb without waiting a few minutes first, you know this is true (chuckling). Well as you know, incandescent bulbs aren’t the end of the story and we now have newer light generating devise that provide more light than heat. We have florescent lights. The lights you see in offices or in this classroom. Uh… florescent light is uh, essentially a tube filled with mercury gas. We stimulate the electrons in the gas and those electrons bounce off special coding on the inside of the tube. This coding glows when it’s hit by electrons. And so we get light. Florescent lights are efficient… you get much less heat from them than you do from ordinary light bulbs. Unfortunately, mercury is highly toxic, so safely disposing of these tubes is difficult. Scientists have also developed various other light generating devices. But, these too have drawbacks that make them less than ideal. Recently though, scientists have been working on a very promising way to generate light called chemiluminescence. With chemiluminescence, the generation of light is the result of a chemical reaction. That means we don’t have to worry about providing energy like electricity to fuel it. We can also pretty much consider this to be cold light, um… given the right chemical reaction, no heat is produced. Well, at least no measurable heat. It’s mostly light and there are no parts to burn out or break. We find chemiluminescence in nature. It’s what makes fireflies glow and it’s found in various marine organisms. Scientists have isolated the genes responsible for making the chemicals that cause some of these organisms to light up and they’re working on applying their knowledge of chemiluminescence to create new ways to generate light. Uh, right now the light we can get from chemiluminescence is dim, but in time we may be able to use it to generate substantial illumination.
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am creating a website for people who want to learn English. The best way to learn is through reading insteresting content. I find that funny dialogues are the best options. It doesn't need to be rolling-over-the-chair kind of funny, it can be witty, or cute conversation between husband and wife, among friends, family members, and about any topic . ( wife going shopping to buy a gift for her husband but then in the end only buys for her without realizing the main purpose of her being there) The level must be in B1-B2, that is intermediate level, otherwise it will be too complicated for the learners. For every story, I would give you a grammar subject to talk about. For example the lesson is about ' the future continuous ' then you should include some phrases in that tense. or another subject can be about ' Whose ' and ' whom' where you will use it in the dialogues Please do give me a short sample dialogue you write ( humor is important to me)
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Detailed Description of Work 1. Artist to paint figurine of about 5” by 5”. 2. Artist is expected to complete painting in 1 day. 3. Materials for the paint job would be provided based on the requirements of the artists. 4. Artist are welcome to bring their own materials for the paint job. Deliverables 1. Paint job must closely resemble the reference image. 2. Any other work that is being produced (other than the one shown in the reference image) would not be accepted.
Skills: Acrylic Painting
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Experienced and creative graphic designer that knows: -Photoshop -3D design -video editting for multiple short term projects that will help to build Brand and Marketing Strategy across Ecommerce website and Social Media channels.
Skills: Adobe Illustrator Adobe InDesign Adobe Photoshop Graphic design Marketing strategy Photo Editing Social Media Optimization (SMO) Video editing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We need to make costum Facebook ads klips in Klipfolio. We want a table that contains following metrics. Campaign impressions reach clicks