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Justin Hubbard 

Hi, I'm Justin Hubbard, focused on taking care of your needs as effectively as possible. You may have seen some of my articles, freebies and tutorials on SixRevisions, Web Designer Depot or the tutsplus network. I'm skilled in many areas of which include Logo Design, Branding, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript/jQuery, Wordpress, Joomla, PHP, Adobe Fireworks, Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, Website or Template Building and Mobile Development among many other valuable skillsets. I am also an avid writer/blogger as I currently write articles for my own, and various other blogs and tutorial sites around the web. My business is to help your business succeed through its online presence or branding development and increase your bottom-line. Let's work together.
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Experience

PHP Developer

Nov 2012 - Jul 2013 (8 months)

Acted as the primary web developer focusing primarily on building and maintaining websites in Wordpress and PHP. This included using technologies such as HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, MySQL, Adobe Fireworks and so on. Mentored and supported my team members and members on other teams.

Senior Web Designer and Developer

Dec 2010

I currently own and operate a eLIONWEB where I run all business operations, marketing, design & development of websites, logo designs, stationary, SEO and I cover many other areas of work.

Web Designer

Apr 2009 - Dec 2010 (1 year)

A company that I started for freelancing and where I received my first projects.. Tasks: Design & Front-End Development of websites Wordpress & other CMS integration Logo Design Stationary Design Market Research Search Engine Optimization

Education

Associates

2006 - 2008 (2 years)

Publications

How to create a CSS3 Wheel Menu

There's no better way to learn CSS3 than to get your hands dirty on an actual project and that's exactly what we're going to do. I'm going to teach you how to create an awesome, layered CSS3 wheel menu using a few beginner to advanced CSS techniques. So break out your favorite text editor or IDE and let's get started on some CSS3 magic! Find it here:

Building a Website in Progressive Steps Series

"Steps" is a progressive series of screencasts, during which we'll walk through the process of designing and building a website. You can follow the series from part 1 here: