Hey! Here’s another demo presentation I did for a job interview. This time, I was free to pick any topic I liked… so I chose horses (gasp). Specifically, I created a short powerpoint presentation, and an accompanying PDF handout with additional content. You can check out the full document here. (And oh — I did get the job).
A few weeks ago I got the chance to present a demo of my work for a job interview. The assignment was to create powerpoint mock-up of an eLearning course about using a digital camera. I thought it was a pretty fun little project! You can see a PDF of the final result here.
For the main image of the camera, I used official product photos. But for the camera shown in the step-by-step instructions, I actually used an Illustrator drawing — mainly so that I could limit the complexity of the interface and focus only on the necessary features.
Funny thing, though; the first thing I ever did in Illustrator was a camera! It was for an assignment in college. Couldn’t help but remember that experience as I put this demo together!
Well, it’s time for another portfolio! I’m looking for a new job opportunity, and I’m honestly very excited about it. I learned so much at my old job, and I’m looking forward to experiencing something new and even more challenging.
A new portfolio needs a new cover, so — here’s mine. This time I’m going with my favourite animal — BISON! And a whole herd of them, just to make things more complicated.
Here they are! I just love bison so much.
Ok! I know I’ve posted these a few times already, but here is a full set of illustrations that I did for a western-themed personal project a while back. I know some of them (i.e.: curly-horned sheep) don’t exactly scream wild wild west, but… well, it was Chinese New Year at the time and it seemed like a good idea.
Well, after some crazy summer months, I finally finished this illustration off for my friend. It’ll be going on the front page of his Twitch profile here.
I’ve been working on this illustration for a friend. Really growing fond of it — can’t wait to finish!