Talin Serafino

Irvine, California, United States

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Talin Serafino

Well versed, high quality work with a quick turn around time.

Personally; I feel truly blessed to do what I truly love and what I am passionate about. I am extremely hard working. Working through the night to complete a project is not ever something you will hear me complain about, rather excited and have to force myself off the computer. Despite being glued to my computer most of the time, I love working with people, making them laugh, and delivering an overall positive experience with everyone I come into contact with.
Professionally; I posses a wide range of abilities that combine innovative art and design principles. My Website/graphic design career started 10+ years ago, creating UI/UX designs, as well as print and digital marketing materials. I have always had a profound passion for art and design, and bringing it to life through various media. I started designing websites using WordPress 5+ years ago for a design and marketing company that specialized in SEO. I was responsible for all website design projects, using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Since then, I have created websites via WordPress for a variety of clients on a freelance basis. I pride myself on producing high quality work for my clients with a very rapid turn around time, knowing that most projects are time sensitive and expectations are high. I am very dedicated to my craft and consistently strive to challenge my abilities to create everything better than the time before.

Work Terms

My hours are determined by my assigned projects. Which should explain my deficiency in vitamin D. I believe a good working relationship is determined by good communication. I prefer communication via phone, if not in person, but I am open to whichever form of communication is most convenient for the client. When it comes to payment, it is very simple; I deliver on my end of the deal in a timely fashion and I expect the client do the same. It's difficult to place specific terms on payment when there are so many potential methods (hourly, per project, salary, etc.). I usually go about it on a case-by-case scenario. I feel it is important to discuss payment terms in advance and come to an agreement both the client and design are comfortable with.