So you're the lucky person stuck in the elevator with me...
[Floor 1 - doors close] Hi, I'm Josh - a freelance UI/UX designer living in Southern California; even though I'm originally from the Philadelphia area, I spent most of my life in Seattle. Usually you can catch me working on projects, bouncing around ideas, looking for ways to improve professionally (right now I'm working towards my PMP certification), going to see a movie, or playing video or board games. I have a serious Loot Crate addiction, a love of Great Danes, and almost more graphic tees than anyone should ever own (according to my girlfriend).
[Floor 2 - ding] I'm a lifelong computer user and gamer. I've been exposed to a wide variety of user interfaces, giving me a great degree of design flexibility. My professional UI/UX experience is split between web design and board games. Most recently I worked as the Quality Control Manager for a growing web development company in Irvine, but I'm looking for my next UI/UX position. Seriously, hit me up.
[Floor 3 - ding] With bachelor's degrees in Game Art & Design (focused on UI/UX Design) and Theatre Arts (focuses in Directing and Lighting Design), I have a wide range of skills, can quickly jump into any role, and always look for how to make my teammates' work lives easier.
[Floor 4 - ding] I have managed teams of up to 30 members, scheduled and planned for both short- and long-term success (including coordinating the use of various spaces, the necessary manpower, and the budgets to pay for everything), and worked as both a member of a creative team and the producer in charge of them.
[Floor 5 - ding] I'm looking for a team that values transparency, open collaboration, and actionable goals.
[Doors open] It was nice to meet you (of course it was, you're you!) and I'm excited to see what we can accomplish together.