Here are some recent samples of my work creating logos for business cards, which can also be used for other purposes (such as website logos). I will detail the process more thoroughly on the blog, but here are some samples:
Logging into the Weebly CMS earlier, I noticed that my analytics is showing we have had more than 115 unique visitors to the site this week. This is great news as it shows our content is generating interest.
So after being rejected by a couple of major publications I decided to post my article, I previously mentioned I was working on, related to geoblocking and geographic barriers to efficient Internet use (including language being forced on you by Google among many other issues) when traveling or living abroad. I will still try to rework my pitches and angles and try pitching something along these lines, but maybe with a less general focus and based more on my personal experiences in europe thus far. However, here is what I have written thus far and hope you find interesting:
I will try to post this as is shown on my personal blog here as well, but for now the link should do. I also added all the graphic design myself using Illustrator and used one of them as a custom logo or banner for my personal site.
Here is a sample of a translation I have recently done for a company seeking app translators from English to Polish. It shows my skills in Polish and how I can translate text between English and Polish or vice versa for your needs. This is another service we can offer here for your brand.
Below is the PDF file that was exported from Pages. However, if you have Pages, check the Pages file below it.
The blog section has a new post with ideas using Illustrator for an article I am trying to pitch about the Web and online connectivity being restricted worldwide due to geoblocking. It also ties into GDPR and the blocking of sites, such as LA Times, and how users may subscribe wile paying more for a service in one country, but get much less content in another (Netflix a prime example). As well as how difficult it can be for traveling remote workers and expats who have to rely on sometimes expensive and unreliable VPN services to get work done. Here are some of the illustrations or graphic design samples that I created from scratch: