Robert Kerr

Cornwall, Ontario, Canada

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Robert Kerr

My goal as a digital design guru is to provide you with the tools and service you require to achieve success. I have proven this over and over again.

Robert has accumulated over 15 years of experience in digital design. His past clients include Harvard Medical, the University of Michigan, Activision, Jaguar/Land Rover, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and most recently, a cutting-edge online shopping platform with backing from fashion icons like Kim Kardashian.

To date, he has earned over $180 000 from UpWork alone (link for proof https://www.upwork.com/o/profiles/users/_~018c0bb338a8769da9/), being top rated for over a year with a consistent 5-star rating. Having had the pleasure of working with over 300 clients around the globe, many of his start-up clientele have gone on to achieve success over and over again. This includes receiving tens of millions of dollars in investment funds.

Robert's strongest design areas are user-interface (UI) design for web/mobile applications, user-experience (UX) research/auditing and injecting gamification elements. Gamification elements are used to boost interactivity and conversions, from otherwise tedious, conventional methods. In addition, he also teaches "Mobile Application UI Design", through an online class with one of the world's best eLearning platforms "eClasses.org".

Preferred Design Tools:
- Sketch App (best UI design software currently)
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Invision App
- UXPin
- the Noun Project

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Work Terms

Working Hours:

I normally work from 9 AM up to 9PM during EST. I do work on weekends if necessary and accept projects on a contractual basis with clear outlines.

Payment Terms:

For fixed contracted jobs I normally ask for 50% upfront and the remaining 50% when all worked has been view, signed off and approved but before the file transfer.

Communication:

Any form of communication is fine with me so long as it is productive. If I feel that a form of communication is not working very well, I will suggest an alternate form. For example some people convey ideas better with speech or calls. Some people are difficult to understand when they speak and emails/text is optimal.

The Process:

I use a stepping stone method that is greatly appreciated by most clients rather than coming up with one design from start to finish and then submitting it for review to find that the designer was way off track.

This peace of mind process always works.

The entire process summarized would be:

1) Accept job and start initial style designs
2) Submit for review and feedback to client (communication)
3) Clients returns with any revisions (communication)
4) If revisions, complete - Move forward to next section of project
5) Repeat with more designs until project is entirely complete

Thank you!