Today, I received word that my replacement at the American Sportfishing Association (ASA) was found and an offer was accepted. As such, my time at ASA is coming to a close in the middle of September (that is, unless I find something sooner). My duties will remain until the beginning of September and then I will stay on for an additional 15 days to ensure a smooth transition and that my counterpart has the resources necessary to hit the ground running in his new position.
That being said, my job search for my next great professional challenge is just now heating up and about to fire on all cylinders in preparation for my transition into the world of searching for employment once again.
I have found some great opportunities on the local Craislist job boards. I find that I am suited for many positions posted there. With my skill set best suited for a Front End Developer position, many firms are looking for what I can provide. It is my job to market myself to these employers, in hopes of generating curiosity about who I am and setting myself apart from the pack. One way, I hope to attract positive attention about my talents is my portfolio showcase on this Web site at WillHull.com.
This site was designed from scratch using a blank canvass in Adobe Photoshop, slicing it up and hand-coding every line. Consider it a sample of what I can do, if given the opportunity.
Another example is deploying the 960 Grid System into my designs. Utilizing the 960 Grid System streamlines the design process and creates the opportunity for rapid iterations in Web design. Further, employing Cascading Style Sheets (CSS3) into Web design minimizes the time required for creative styling of each page by incorporating new elements into the look and feel of the design rather than relying on Photoshop and Illustrator to create these elements in the form of a digital image. This is only a brief introduction into my talents, skills and value that I can bring to the table in the right Web design position and firm based in San Diego, California.
If these skills have piqued your interest and you want to learn more about me or to request a résumé, please visit the Contact page on my Web site. I look forward to hearing from you.