Adit Nathan

Download PDF Portfolio (3.3 MB)

Resume

Work Experience

2014 – Present: All Campus, Inc.Sr. Web Designer

2012 – 2014: TotalAttorneys.comSr. UX Designer

  • Workshop and wireframe feature requests for TA’s suite of web application platforms. Responsible for taking business requirements and creating easy-to-understand documents and workflows to communicate new and re-worked functionality with our team of .NET developers.
  • Work with a close-knit team of designers, developers, writers, and SEO specialists to continually iterate a portfolio of consumer-facing TotalAttorneys-owned websites, using over a decade of web design experience and powerful optimization tools.
  • Tasked with a wide range of front-end development projects and asset creation. Resident CSS guru, Photoshop ninja, HTML/JQuery master, and all-around common sense problem solver.

2011-2012: Kitchens.comSr. Web Designer

  • Collaborated with designers, developers and editorial staff, to create and maintain new site features and user experiences, while evolving the Kitchens.com brand.
  • Took on a leadership role in regards to projects that required a deep understanding of site architecture, interactive concepts and web development strategy.
  • Used practical skills to solve problems, write and debug script, assist in managing the CMS, as well as creativity to markup and style web pages that engage our visitors and enhance their experience.

2011: TotalAttorneys.comWeb Designer

  • Worked with a team of designers, developers, and content writers to continually update Total Attorneys’ consumer-facing websites to drive traffic and promote conversions.
  • Utilized skills with Adobe CS5, HTML, CSS, and JQuery to refresh design and content, while keeping assets light and the code standards-compliant.

2008-2011: Seevast, Inc.Graphic Designer

  • Re-branded Pulse 360, the principle revenue-generating company under the Seevast umbrella. Worked closely with Product, Marketing, and Development departments to re-imagine Pulse 360’s entire web presence from the ground-up.
  • Responsible for imagining and implementing new eye-catching online Pulse 360 advertising units. These include text-only units, text-plus-image units, and more graphically-heavy interactive units.
  • Collaborated directly with management and marketing to develop a compelling visual message for Pulse 360 marketing through brochures, flyers and signage, while staying consistent with the Pulse 360 website.
  • Created entire brand identity for the newest Seevast brand, SyndiGo. This includes the logo, website, business cards and all marketing materials.
  • Worked closely with Product and Development departments to design and produce SyndiGO ad widgets for the web, which combine standard IAB size banner ads and original content from online publishers like MSNBC and CBS TV Stations.
  • Maintained the visual message of the oldest Seevast Brand, Kanoodle, creating print and web materials as needed.

2005-2008: hakia, Inc. – Graphic Designer

  • Aided in design and implementation of the web interface of the company’s main product, a semantic search engine. This includes web pages, icons, buttons, logos, email and banner advertising.
  • Responsible for the production of all marketing collateral including flyers, brochures, CD packaging, clothing, and print advertising.

2005: Forbes NewslettersFreelance Web Designer

  • Design implementation of Web banners with Adobe Photoshop and ImageReady
  • Creation of splash screen advertisements using Macromedia Flash MX
  • Computer Skills

    Proficient computer user with both PC and Mac experience:

    • Web Toolkit: HTML, CSS, Javascript/Jquery, and Flash action scripting.
    • Design programs: Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark, InDesign
    • Computer animation programs: Maya, After Effects, and Macromedia Flash
    • Office programs: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint

    Education

    2004: Bachelor of Fine Arts – School of Visual Arts

    • Computer Art Major, specialization in 3-D animation and motion graphics.
    • Animated a fully-rendered 3-D movie of two original characters in conversation, titled Fine…Whatever.