My major in college was Computer Science but my minor was art. After spending 30 years in an Information Technology career working for the banks, I decided that it was time for a change. I learned almost the entire Adobe Creative Suite, and read every graphic design book I could get my hands on. Graphic Design has changed a *LOT* since college.
Vector Graphic Design I found particularly interesting and I would consider myself an expert in Vector Graphics. I’m well versed with Adobe Illustrator, I’ve dabbled with Corel Draw, and I’m an expert with Inkscape (which is the open source vector graphic editor).
Style-wise, my graphic design lends itself well to logo or label type graphics. I love to do badge and logo graphics.
I’ve also branched out into 3d design. I’m competent with AutoDesk Fusion 360, I’ve also used Tinkercad, FeeCAD, and Blender. These skills are needed to create 3d real world objects such as for 3d printing, or any number of CNC production methods.