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Christopher Quereau

U.S.
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Owner of a Creative Services firm in Northern New York. Available for questions relating to the business of design, client relations, billing, design startups, employee management, production, brand and print development.

Patti Glenn

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, Dreamweaver and Flash (some actionscript). I understand color theory, layout and design principles and typography. Additionally, I can address concerns involving project managment, proposals, and working with contractors (not too much on legal issues though). I can answer questions on both web (CSS, AJAX and XHTML) and print design/production.

Adam Holtzapple

Available
Questions about the basic of design. Use of line, form, shape, value, color, composition. Basically any layout + color questions. Also any questions about typography: appropriate fonts, font sizes, leading, kerning, etc.

arlsa

Turkey
Available
All about graphic design and digital art,Photography, working with colors, CMYK and RGB color management in printing process and etc.

Saul Fineman

U.S.
Available
As a freelance graphic designer/marketing consultant for over 25 years, I have extensive experience in branding, marketing, and the conceptualization and production of all types of printed materials. This would include everything from logo design, packaging, ads, collateral, exhibit booth design, and much more. I also work on web site design conceptualization (but not the technical implementation). I have been an avid user of all things Mac since 1985 and work with programs such as Photoshop, QuarkXPress, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat, etc...

steve caprio

U.S.
Available
I can answer just about anything regarding design. logos, print, large format, web, etc.

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