• English Education Consulting | 영어학습컨설팅

    When it comes to consulting there are many different aspects and types of consulting. There are some cases I just sit down with a parent or a CEO and all I do is listen to their story. By the time their storytelling is done, they’ve figured things out on their own and go home with their consulting solutions. For educational consulting many different parts coincide with each other. Especially if

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  • Keeping my senses up to date

    I have been a Brand Consultant for more than 10 years now but for the past year, I have just lived the life of an English Teacher. Not just your typical English teacher who teaches kids and adults but an English teacher who focuses on adults. Mainly teaching speech and communication in English. That could be from phonics, pronunciation to anything like daily conversation skills or even Keynote presentation skills.

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  • Practice does make PERFECT

    I love design. I love designing things and working with people who have the skills and passion for design. I don’t like making logos and sitting in front of a computer with Illustrator open, but I love the whole DESIGN, CREATING and making something out of nothing process. Mock up desktop image designed by Yeven_popov I never really wanted to take part in the design and actual “making part” of my

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  • The importance of “PRESENTATION”

    There’s always room for “improvements” when it comes to presenting your work to a client. I have NEVER given a client a design or mockup on just plain white paper. There’s a reason for that and it’s the most simple and obvious reason. HUMANS ARE VISUAL ANIMALS. We need to SEE what it looks like when it’s displayed on an actual SCREEN, BOOK or CARD to get a glimpse of

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  • Artboard Layout for Designing

    Some of you have been asking me how I start my design process and what tools I use to design. To tell you a long story short, I use Adobe Illustrator CS6 for the initial START of designing everything (except websites). Then I bring it into Indesign or Photoshop. But for most COLLATERAL (print materials) I stay in Illustrator. This is how I start my artboard layouts.   It’s really

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  • How I Organize My Folders

    When it comes to organizing my folders for clients and even for my own pictures that I take with my Canon 760D camera. I like to keep everything organized and kept neatly so that I can find things whenever I need it. I like having things handy and organized so that I don’t have to do a big search for one file.   Most of the time, I keep everything

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