Jade is a junior web designer at theEword, planning and designing a full range of projects from website development to printed products. In addition to these design elements of her role, she also uses HTML 5 and CSS 3 to assist the rest of the team with web development.
Jade has been involved with design since joining the company as an apprentice in 2011, producing a broad spectrum of infographics and website designs during this time. She was promoted to her current position in April 2013, allowing her to fully focus her time on design and show her natural flair and passion for creativity.
Before joining theEword, Jade completed a BTEC National Diploma in graphic design, complimenting the knowledge she gained on this course with her own personal study. Her hardworking approach and love of design drove Jade to expand her design skills in her own time, ensuring she was fully capable of working on whichever type of project may come her way. Jade's already excellent knowledge and skill for design continued to grow as she began to work alongside theEword's design and development team.
Outside of work, Jade is a lover of film and is more than happy to while away the hours watching the latest releases or catching up on a classic. She is also likely to be found camera in hand while enjoying her love of photography, in one of the many coffee shops around Manchester or working on her latest idea in a home design studio she created herself.
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