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  1. Mhd Median Tiba

    Mhd Median Tiba

    Professional Programmer and Designer

    Lithuania - Last active: 03/03/2014 - Tests: 5

    In my opinion, programming in general is one of the most natural and beautiful things that exist in nature; unfortunately, the majority of programmers--who I met during my journey anyway--tend to overcomplicate problems by writing over-the-top, complex spaghetti code to solve even the simplest tasks. I am a programmer who believes in the KISS "Keep It Simple, Stupid" principle. It basically states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complex. I follow this approach to solve all kinds of problems--be it computer-related or just another obstacle in my life--and it simply works great for me. As a freelancer, I am mainly interested in working on small web projects. I am knowledgeable in the latest web standards such as HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, AJAX, JSON. On the server side, I prefer to work with ASP.NET (either WebPages or MVC) using the latest Razor server markup syntax with C#. For JavaScript programming, I use jQuery and jQueryMobile. I also have a wide background in databases and SQL.

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  2. Harvivek S. Gahunia

    Harvivek S. Gahunia

    Expert Video Editor/Animator with Print Media & Web Design experience

    United States - Last active: 2 months ago - Tests: 2

    I'm currently making my way as a multimedia designer, freelance-style. Here's a brief history of me career-wise: I received a BA from Franklin and Marshall College in Neuroscience. I had designs on becoming a doctor. To this end, I completed all coursework toward an MA in Pathophysiology at SUNY-Buffalo, whereupon the plan was to apply to med schools. But I'd gotten a little creative by this point in my life in the way of writing fiction and drawing. By dint of some of these samples, I hung a U-ey, tires screeching and all, and applied to film school. So now I have an MFA in Film and Media Arts from Temple University. After a fair amount of grad-level work in cinematography and 16mm film, I shifted my focus to screenwriting. After a brief foray into the publishing world (satisfying a writing bug is a persistent theme in my life), I parlayed my MFA into a series of gigs in corporate video. Great experiences all. At Bluestone Software, I edited a lot of audio and video, learned some Flash, HTML, CSS and even some OOP fundamentals. Bluestone Software was sold to Hewlett Packard, and they promptly dismantled the once-promising startup. Still, very cool to have witnessed the "dotcom" age firsthand. I scrambled for a couple of years - freelancing as a video editor, teaching screenwriting and film analysis, being a tech for a U-Penn sleep study, etc. I got back into corporate video at Pharmastar. This was a mom and pop shop specializing in the creation of training programs and materials - print and video - for clinical drug trials. Here I did a ton of video editing - medical education kind of stuff -.and had an intro to motion graphics. As Pharmastar grew into United BioSource Corporation(UBC), I grew into a Production Manager and then even Associate Director of the Creative Services Department, where at the apex of the position I managed Translations, Instructional Design and Video Production. And I think I did a decent job of it. I loved and respected the people I managed. Alas, I didn't enjoy the administrative aspects very much and didn't have the right energy for it, not in a corporate setting anyway. So even as I was moving up, I kind of wanted to come back down ... to the making of things, to getting behind a desk and trying shit out- that is, drawing out the artistic from a terrain that might otherwise be kind of dry. I went to film school, after all. Had eschewed the lucrative sciences in favor of writing and drawing. So I asked to step down, which was tough to do. It took a year to find the right time to transition but eventually it did happen, and I am forever thankful for it. Again a lot of video production and video editing. But this time around, I got delved deeper motion graphics - Motion and After Effects. I learned some 2D and 3D animation - After Effects and Blender. Also, I finally patched up a long-neglected absence in my multimedia skillset and learned a good deal of graphic design - Photoshop and Illustrator. These were good times and I learned a lot and produced, shot and edited some useful instructional videos. By now, however, UBC was sold to Medco, who in turn merged with Express Scripts, who found little use for our division and spun us off as Bracket. Business floundered a bit during this time and there was some downsizing... which brings me to where I am now. I have been freelancing ever since, which is great... most of the time. By the way, you can visit my website - www.vivekgahunia.com - to see some samples and learn a little more about me. At this point in time, the website is a work in progress and I will have more samples on there in the coming weeks and months. What I can offer: Video Production - I've produced many shoots, using professional HD cameras. I know how to light a scene, run a set, etc. Video Editing - I am expert in FCP and Premiere, though I work primarily in the latter at this point. Animation - I am expert in AfterEffects and am equipped with some DigiEffects plugins. I am proficient in Edge Animate as well, if you're looking for code-ready animations. Graphic Design - I'm not a hardcore visual artist - i.e. I did not go to art school But I am proficient in the creation of elements in support of animation as well as stand-along print media items. For instance, if you want a newsletter, I can design one for you in InDesign. And smaller items like business cards, postcards, logo creation, I can do that also. Web Design - This is not something I do very much of, but I know HTML, CSS and Javascript. And I am familliar with PHP and MySQL, too. So if you need work along these lines as well, I'm willing to listen. Copywriting/Screenwriting - this is a forte of mine, for sure. If you need any kind of writing or editorial services, I think I'd prove to be of great help to you. Translations - I can coordinate this service for you. In my corporate life, I had founded and managed the Translations department.

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  3. Aaron Wiebe

    Aaron Wiebe

    Sound Engineer & Web Development

    Canada - Last active: 06/25/2014 - Portfolio: 1

    I've been a web developer professionally for 18 years now. I've been working my real passions (sound and animation) into my projects as of late. Over the years I've come to realize that being proficient in your field is important, but being passionate about your work will truly set you apart. My past work experience and areas of proficiency: - 1996 to 1998 - Web Developer - Canadian Jarrett Industries - 1998 to 1999 - Diploma in Sound Engineering at Powersound Studios - 1999 to 2002 - 2D & 3D Graphics and Animation - Axia NetMedia Corp. - 2002 to Present - Freelance Sound, Animation and Web Development - 2012 to Present - Video / Animation for Captive Outdoor Media

    $44.44 /hr
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  4. Jason Turner

    Jason Turner

    Senior Graphic Designer

    United States - Last active: 06/09/2014 - Tests: 3 - Portfolio: 5

    Dynamic, highly versatile Graphic Designer with thorough knowledge of the creative process. A proven expert in multiple areas of design, with in-depth experience in print design, prepress and production, Flash animation, as well as interactive and online applications.

    $40.00 /hr
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  5. Matt Pennetti

    Matt Pennetti

    Designer with digital, print, and motion skills

    United States - Last active: 07/17/2014 - Tests: 3

    Matt likes to work in creative environments and make a massive, direct impact on design, process, and organization personally. An excellent communicator and collaborator, Matt easily translates technical jargon into meaningful concepts. He works cross-functionally to deliver the most effective solutions to creative and technical challenges.

    $50.00 /hr
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  6. Levi Schmidt

    Graphic Designer

    United States - Last active: 2 months ago - Tests: 4

    With a BFA in graphic design I've had experience working in an agency setting, as a freelancer and as an in-house designer. In these roles I've worked on various mediums from print to video and web and have a proficient understanding of work flow across the various mediums.

    $33.33 /hr
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  7. Fabien Fournet

    Fabien Fournet

    Graphic Designer, Digital Artist and French Gentleman.

    France - Last active: 1 month ago

    When I was young, my parents bought a computer for the whole family. Contrary to my friends at that time, i did not install thousands of games but thousands of softwares : since 2003 I learn, produce and create with computers. Over the last 5 years, with my studies and my professional works, i developed a lot of digital skills : programming, audio production, web designing, video/photo editing and above all, graphic design. Basically, I could say that I control a lot of softwares, in a very professional way. I often offer my services in graphic design, here, in France (especially visual communication, like logos, posters, flyers...). I will be able to mix my influences, your needs and the graphic trends, if you decide to work with me. Look forward to be in touch with you. Regards from France. Fabien.

    $15.00 /hr
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  8. Melanie May

    Melanie May

    Sr. Web Developer

    United States - Last active: 10/30/2014 - Tests: 5

    Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. My name is Melanie May and I'm a US-based web developer with more than 19 years of professional experience. My areas of expertise include PHP, ColdFusion, Classic ASP, ASP.NET, HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, and all industry-standard programming languages. I utilize programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Flash to bring design and development together. I work with clients of all sizes from home-based retailers to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies.

    $55.56 /hr
    48 hours
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