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  • freelance graphic designer

    $50/hr Starting at $30 Ongoing

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    I love my job as a graphic designer! I enjoy the diversity of knowledge I find in the projects I take. every blank workspace is an exciting new adventure, as is meeting new people that make my life experience...

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fresh, clean, friendly graphic design

all my life I knew what I wanted to do, so I can say I am living the dream. I love what I do and have had wonderful experiences throughout my career. after graduating from the american school in san salvador, I earned my licentiate degree in graphic design.
having played the piano since the age of 6, my thesis work versed on visual aids for music appreciation lessons for children in the national music school (CENAR), whose lack of funds for the production of such materials supposed the biggest challenge for my design.
alongside my thesis work, I got my first job in one of the major newspapers in el salvador, la prensa gráfica. following a year designing the layout of three different in-house magazines, I went on to teach art to children 3-13 in the panamerican school.
while caring for my own baby, I developed a small stationery line that allowed me to work from home and continue with my creative work.
ready to join the work force again, I had the most beautiful job as a package designer for the only doll factory in central america, muñecas roxana.
my next post was completely different, as a senior designer in JBQ grey, an agency from costa rica with offices in san salvador. not only it was a lot of fun, but I had the opportunity to work with clients such as xerox, hyundai, smirnoff, and other local VIP brands.
I was ready to freelance again, with wide array of clients. I worked for a year as a consultant for USAID, helping salvadorean food producers to develop labels for export products. I also created BazArt, an itinerant showcase and sale of locally designed products, which not only gave exposure to local designers, but was also a way to help local charities with donations from the proceeds.
I also developed a line of limited edition products, ale&yo. characters and their stories were printed on t-shirts, bags, stationery, and other products.
to this date, I continue enjoying my frelance work, lokking forward to new projects and experiences every day.

Work Terms

hours: monday-friday 9am-6pm central time
40% non-refundable advance payment for all projects
terms and conditions will be discussed with the client in the quote
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