I am a very good designer & I can handle all types complex designing works for you.
You can depend on me and have a flare meeting target’s.
I took my first graphic design course in 2004. Since then, I’ve been working in a professional environment.
My clients and former employer loved my work, I got a lot of praise, but…I still wasn’t sure if I was really that good.
I solved this by taking another graphic design course In 2008, at a renowned school owned by Graphic Design Agency bosses.
To get in, most people would have to begin from basic level, then take the advanced course.
I already had a portfolio, and some of my work impressed the teacher of the advanced class, so I was able to skip to the advanced class.
In there, I learned what it truly meant to be a great designer, Not “just good”.
I learned that using all the bells and whistles in illustrator and Photoshop actually makes you look like an amateur. We learned to design at the level of vogue magazine and others.
Most importantly, we learned “how not to design”.
It was the best course I’ve taken, I felt like I produced some of my best work in that class, and it brought the best out of me.
The lesson here is this… Don’t just feel you’re good, know you’re good. If you’re not sure, then ask someone who is better than you, who you look up to.
A lot of other designers with less skill will ridicule you, especially on LinkedIn, so don’t let it get you down.
Take an advanced course, satisfy your clients, do your best work every time because your reputation will depend on it. Forget about the money, it will come.
The better you design, this will help your clients’ businesses make more money, and when that happens, they’ll refer all future design work to you.
They will see you as the best designer.
This is my experience.
I hope this helps you.