Liliya is a specialist graphic designer, web site designer and front-end-developer in Farnborough, covering Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire and London. In the past 6 years has been working on various web projects by designing and producing content for small businesses and corporate Sun Microsystems sites. Here are some examples of online work created by Liliya in the past 6 years.
Website, web content, banners, graphics, icons and logo creation
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Banner campaign of SPP programme built for partners, symantec.com and external websites built in Photoshop.
PartnerNet homepage banner
.com/partners homepage banner
Animated banner promoting programme on a marketing website
Animated leaderboard banner
Animated IMU banner
Complete web site development, design and concept. Content and graphics (banners and icons) creation in Photoshop and PHP/CSS/Dreamweaver for a small business (private surgery).
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Event page and banner creation in Photoshop and JSP/Dreamweaver. The corporate content owner did not have a lot of text/content to add to this page, however the content provided has been used effectively on the page. The homepage banner has been created as well.
Project managed the entire project from creation to liaising with various stake-holders to publishing on the live sites. Implemented complete page creation, planned and project managed publishing/deployment of the new content on the international sun.com sites in several languages. Used JSP, XML and CMS to create and deploy the pages across the international sun.com sites (all currently Oracle).
Project managed complete Sales and Marketing section and gateway page rebuild on the partner website UK (access requires partner registration). Used HTML and Photoshop to create the new page layout and create various graphics.
Due to the content being designated to be used by registered partners, the text has been intentionally "blurred". The example is used to demonstrate the layout of the page and the graphics.
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Liliya has created both printed work and the website for "Le Bleu Cafe" that was open in London, Fulham road,
right opposite "Chelsea FC".