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What was it?
Shop assistant at Kwik Save
website for the snowboard shop I managed. fucking hideous.
Shelf stacker at Gateways, Bagshot.
Im in it, tell you later
I designed my primary school logo when I was about 8/9. Apparently still used on the signs and uniforms.
Internship at Office: Jason Schulte Design
designer at a Toronto based Ad agency
my uncles arbitration firm - ironically I just got a card from him yesterday - they still use what i did.
Think ill redesign it
Oh, I forgot, I was the lead designer for the Associated Students at UCSD for a couple of years. I had no formal training and my work showed that, but I loved it. That's what got me into school to really learn graphic design.
technically a freelance job where i learned many many valuable lessons... number one being trust no one even if you know them.
haven't been ripped off since.
first 'real' job (not counting all of those BS local jobs) was a Flash website for the singer 'Amber' from around 1999 or so. She had that clubbish song 'This is your night' (Lyrics were something like..."Dancing free until the morning night' or something along those lines. The site was pure shit now that I think about it. Flash was still new at the time.
I designed the logo, signage and collateral for a coffeehouse in my college town. Got paid $300 and free coffee for a year. I went (almost) every day that year....
as a design student on work placement at Pile Probert Kelly - a flyer for Filthy Macnasty's Whiskey Cafe in London circa 1993/4
...is still my job
First ever design related job was as a trainee draughtsman at a patent office. I only lasted about three months and had to be let go because my technical drawings weren't tidy enough. It was all .18mm rotring line and radius work on gateway trace. I was 15 and I just couldn't complete a drawing without making a smudge or getting something wrong. It was torture.
ha! real estate and construction specialized design/print studio
Student Designer for CU Denver's Career Center. Learned how to work within really borning branding guidelines and take direction form a boss that thought she knew good design because she had a minor in marketing twelve years ago.
Working as in house with a different company now and not much has changed except I get paid alot more and have rad benefits = stable hours
right out of high school... went to work for a sign shop who also published a small trade magazine
all my jobs are like my first job
Typesetting and Paste-Up for a printer. Doing Club Flyers on the side.