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  • [ resume ] megan magis | graphic designer

    [ objective ]

    utilizing my skills to provide creative design solutions

    for print, web, and television.

    [ technology proficiency ]

    mac os tiger/leopard . windows xp/me/2000/vista

    indesign . photoshop . illustrator . quarkxpress .

    microsoft office . dreamweaver . html . swish . flash

    [ design proficiency ]

    advertisement communication design

    page layout media kits & sell sheets

    corporate identity powerpoint presentations

    editorial design vector illustrations

    website design image manipulation

    [ education ]

    Art Institute of Pittsburgh BFA - Graphic Design 2004 - 2008

    [ career development ]

    Forbes Magazine Graphic Designer October 2008 - May 2009

    brochures . advertising mock-ups . presentations

    special section covers . invitations . logo design

    media kits . illustration vector .

    Seamless Development Graphic Designer May 2008 - October 2008

    website design . corporate idenity . deadlines

    Web Sales Service Marketing Graphic Designer March 2006 - May 2008

    digital design layouts . promotion marketing ads

    photoshoots . photo retouching . deadlines

    [ a ] 736 annin street. philadelphia pa

    [ p ] 609 . 290 . 9404

    [ e ] megan@ilovepinkmink.com

    [ w] www.ilovepinkmink.com

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