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Tell me about a time when you closed a deal with someone that was unsure about going forth, how did you do? What was the project for?
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I was hired to create a logo and for a bow-turning company. After I completed it I was asked to create a website for them in the future. Months had passed without any word, so I created some sample pages to show the client. They were happy with the result and decided to move forward.
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1.
Tell me about a time when you closed a deal with someone that was unsure about going forth, how did you do? What was the project for?
User-Submitted Answers
1.
I was hired to create a logo and for a bow-turning company. After I completed it I was asked to create a website for them in the future. Months had passed without any word, so I created some sample pages to show the client. They were happy with the result and decided to move forward.
2.
Have you done freelance work before?
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Why yes I have done the freelance work on many occasions maybe 150 at least.
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I have done one freelance work.
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I have done one freelance work.
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Yes, I have. Westmed Ambulance was my latest client.
3.
Do you find CSS to being superior or inferior?
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CSS is superior because it does the layout of a website.
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I think it is inferior. I mostly work with cs5 and cs6
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I think it is inferior. I mostly work with cs5 and cs6
4.
Superior - there are endless possibilities with it. You can even animate with it!
5.
I'm new to web design, but from what I know, its best for creating beautiful, dynamic web pages.
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I find that its superior to the table system.
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CSS is undoubtedly very useful for website design.
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Superior or inferior to what? It's a coding language used with practically every website these days, mainly to set the style of a website.
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It provides a way to ensure that coding is done correctly and efficiently.
4.
How much bleed do you normally have on your layouts?
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Usually it depends on the printer and his press and the project, around one sixteenth to one eight of an inch sometimes one quarter inch.
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Its depends on the design and the requirement. Normally .5 inch for a4 size brochure.
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1/8 of an inch is pretty standard, although I'm always in contact with the printer, so I check with them before sending the file.
5.
What is your preferred software for creating these designs?
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Coreldraw 90%, Photoshop 10%
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A mixture of photoshop, illustrator, dreamweaver, and wordpress.
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QuarkXPress has merit for certain applications, but I prefer InDesign overall.
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I like using Adobe Creative Suite.
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The Adobe creative suite, Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign.
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Have you ever gotten tired of creating new designs?
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There have been some times when I needed a break in creating something new to recharge and see a different perspective.
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No, i'm very much interested new work and new clients. I want create something new and fresh.
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Never! I love creating new things!
4.
No, it is my passion do make new creations hence I enjoy it at every given opportunity.
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Absolutely No coz I Love to create new designs and its my passion.
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No, I love creating things which I wish existed or which other people wish existed.
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No, but there will always be pressure of meeting deadlines.
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When creating graphics, what do you think is the most important aspect, planning, design, or implementation?
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All three are crucial but planning is the most important.
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All of them. Particularly the design process is the most impartant.
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Planning, design and implementation for equal.
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Planning, without a doubt.
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All of the above. If you're missing any one of those parts of the formula it can mess up the rest of the design. You want to make sure it's consistent in all parts.
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What is your experience with CSS?
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When I have to create a webpage layout I use CSS frequently.
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Nearly 10 years of experience with CSS.
3.
I have well experience in Photoshop, Ilustrator, Lightroom.
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I have about 2 years experience so far. I can create layouts, layers, animations, edit colors, edit dimensions and many many other things. There's so many possiblities!
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I have used it to create web pages in Dreamweaver.
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3 yrs.
9.
What is a blueline?
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An inexpensive photo proof where the colors are typically shown in one color, typically blue.
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The final proof before the actual press run. It includes all the images at actual resolution, but everything is printed out in one color--blue.
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Photographic proof from negatives where all colors are shown in blue.
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What's the difference between the gripped edge and the deckle of paper stock?
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Gripped edge is where the press holds the paper, deckle edge is the ragged edge of paper before it is cut.
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Gripped edge is where the press holds the paper, deckle edge is the ragged edge of paper before it is cut.
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The gripped edge is the side of the paper which is held by the printing press, the deckle is the edge or side of the paper which is the "outside"
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Gripped edge is where press holds the paper. Deckle of paper stoc has rough edges that are uncut.
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Gripped edge is where the machine holds and guides the paper through the printer. It is non-printing and will always appear blank.
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The gripped edge is the side of the paper which is held by the printing press. the deckle is the edge or side of the paper which is the "outside" edge.
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