Graphic Design Cut Up Work - Regular Pay Per Time - Up to $3.00 p/h
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Project Budget$2 - $8 USD / hour
We are seeking an Adobe Photoshop graphic designer for 10 hours per week over a two week period. Illustrator/Fireworks knowledge would be a bonus. This is an ideal opportunity for a graphic designer that does freelance opportunity but needs regular work in between if bids don't come through or for someone to supplement their income.
You'll be our "go to guy" for image cut ups for our new tool going forward, so it's an hours "here and there" job at the moment.
I am able to negotiate somewhat with bidders to flex the opportunity to their schedule. Let me know what would work for you. You could do the whole 20 hours within one week for example.
The candidate will be responsible for "cutting up" a large image into component parts - e.g. hat, scarf, eyes, nose, scarf, top, bottoms, right arm, left arm etc.
You will need to properly optimize your images for the web using Photoshop or Fireworks - training will be provided here.
This is an ideal opportunity for someone to supplement their freelance/full time income on a part time basis.
Please ensure that you provide a link to your portfolio with your bid.
Price Point: Up to $[url removed, login to view] p/h
See: [url removed, login to view] for an idea on the type of "cut up" work you're going to be doing. You will only be responsible for cutting image a large pre-designed image, adding transparency, web-optimizing it and sorting it sensibly by file name. You may need to liaise with a programmer.
Workers will need to use "WorkSnaps" to have their hours verified prior to payment.
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