Richard JJMoore

Digital Designer

Personal Profile

As far as I can remember

"I always wanted to be a gangster." That didn't happen. I loved school too much!

Thus, instead of hustlin', I chose to pick up a controller and "Grand Theft Auto" to blow off steam in between sessions of teaching myself the arts of design.

Personal Interests

When not designing or coding a layout I fill my time with either of the following:

  • I love to Travel;
  • I Watch a lot of Action movies;
  • I am a Dubstep beatmaker;
  • And an avid Gamer.

The Internet is my Oyster

A good designer is always up to the latest news, trends and techniques. For that, one has to get around and filter information from all possible sources. So... I get around and roam. And here is where I roam freely:

Technical Skills

85%

Photoshop

40%

Illustrator

65%

Indesign

55%

Dreamweaver

50%

html

45%

css

Work Experience

Graphic Designer + iPad Technician

UI Design Interactive Games Bespoke iPad Apps
Developing concepts and artwork, creating graphic design solutions from concept through to completion. Responsible for developing and creating both digital and print design for a wide range of clients and potential clients.
Period: October 2011 – Present

Designer + Public Relations

web design Graphic Design Video game Journalist
Otherwise known as the “Graphical Terminator”, I created a brand new look and feel for the magazine aswell as dazzling in writing reviews on latest video game titles and talking to clients about potential advertising coverage within the magazine and online not to mention designing a new weekly newsletter and PR website.
Company: Thirteen1
Period: May 2011 – Dec 2013

Education & Diplomas

University of Lincoln

Bachelor Of Arts Degree In Video Game Design HGDC
Course content includes game play and genre and relationship to previous forms, interaction, screen design and conventions, narrative and narrative development, characterisation, level design, and their integration within the context of a non-linear game environment.

Graduated: 2009

Barnet College, London

National Diploma in Media Studies
The Media programme introduces you to a range of subjects that will allow you to develop the appropriate skills needed to progress in the area, these include: Animation, Film Studies, Investigating Media, IT Digital Design, Marketing, Producing Audio/Print & Video Products.

Passed: 2005

Cool Looking Pixels

  • All
  • UI
  • Concept
  • Magazine
  • Sketch
  • Web
  • App

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