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@cariva
Flag of India asansol, India
Member since December, 2010
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Cariva

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I am a UI / UX Designer and Front End Developer, expert with great designing skills. You can see my professionalism from my works and feedback's. I always focus on QUALITY instead QUANTITY. I deliver high quality and cost-effective Web Design and Mobile UI and UX Design to my esteemed customers globally. I have varied industry experience including corporate clients and web development agencies. My clients range from startups to multinationals. The level of communication I offer gives a different stand from the crowd. My specialized services include the following, however not limited to :: Graphic & Web Design :: UI and UX Design :: Mobile UI / UX / Prototype :: Landing Page Design :: Responsive Design and Bootstrap :: Game UI / UX Design :: E-commerce UI / UX :: Logo Design / Branding
$20 USD/hr
99 reviews
6.6
  • 84%Jobs Completed
  • 94%On Budget
  • 87%On Time
  • 12%Repeat Hire Rate

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Experience

Founder

Apr 2006

Education

B.Tech

2007 - 2010 (3 years)

Certifications

Arena Multimedia Specialist Programme (2007)

Diploma Course in Website Design, Graphic Design and Animation.

Publications

Best Practices for Designing an Interface

Keep the interface simple. The best interfaces are almost invisible to the user. They avoid unnecessary elements and are clear in the language they use on labels and in messaging. Be purposeful in page layout. Consider the spatial relationships between items on the page and structure the page based on importance. Careful placement of items can help draw attention to the most important pieces of information and can aid scanning and readability. Strategically use color and texture. You can

Certifications

  • US English Level 1
    83%
  • Html 4
    52%

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