Posted 04.10.2016 @ 1.40PM
Hey @Scotty, yet to introduce some hot pink into it ;)
Hi @Dave, switched from the mouse maybe about 6yrs ago. It took about a week to really feel conformable with it, eg especially when coding, but now it is like 2nd nature. Also tablet has touch gestures etc which come in handy.
Posted 02.10.2016 @ 5.52PM
Thanks @scotty and solid work with the wall piece, looks fun to do?
In the meantime:
Work in progress. Once again experimenting with photoshop brushes and photo montage. Got a bit to go with this one though the foundations are in.
Posted 17.06.2016 @ 4.38PM (Edited 19.06.2016 @ 10.07AM)
This might be good.
@bjarni It’s definitely still supported! Let me know if you have any questions!— Stunt Software (@stuntsoftware) June 17, 2016
Im still on Billings :) and luckly it did not die with the upgrade to El Capitan.
Posted 27.01.2016 @ 11.46AM
::As experienced as I may be I still learn something new most weeks::
This. Who would want to be working in some area where you were not constantly learning new stuff?!?!
Make sure you get photos once it's all done @BJARNI and post them up.
Posted 22.01.2016 @ 8.45AM
Thanks for all of your responses. I like hearing of others experiences, still being somewhat 'new' myself.
I do believe that it is half me and half the marketing manager.
I have been doing the work the best I can and triple checking everything to which I am now not fast enough.Now my kerning didn't match their high standards, it seems no matter how thoroughly I check they are always finding something wrong. I have been keeping a list and writing out their 'specs' even fonts I know that they seem to have a liking for and going through this quite diligently as I can, but something is always found. It's strange as my first month here seemed to go fine unless they were just letting me ease in?
I have never worked under marketing before so it is all new to me, I do respect their decisions and choices and stick to the briefs I am given. There is a brand guideline but all it is, is how to use the logo.
@bjarni Funny you ask what the job was advertised as, it originally was 'senior graphic designer' when I first read it, the description did not read as a senior but I still did not apply. Then they re-advertised and the 'senior' was gone. I did make it clear in the interview what my role and skills were like at my then current job. I have learnt a lot of new skills already mostly though google which was what they told me the previous designer would do, just google everything.
I am not sure where to go from here...
Any tips for improving my attention to detail?
If I look at other jobs I would really like to include some of my work from this job as it showcases different skills and areas I did not have in my folio before, however how would I explain not having stayed that long without it sounding bad? - and I assume not having any references.