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SILVANA
GOBERDHAN-VIGLE

WEB DEVELOPER & DESIGNER

ABOUT

Silvana Goberdhan-Vigle is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Information Science, and a minor in Philosophy. Silvana has three years’ experience in front-end web development, including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Bootstrap, jQuery, PHP, and WordPress. She also has experience working with relational databases (SQL).

As a designer, Silvana employs a minimalist approach, and describes her style as modern yet playful. She has had work featured in the British Sun newspaper and on the University of Oxford website, among others.

ABOUT

Silvana Goberdhan-Vigle is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Information Science, and a minor in Philosophy. Silvana has three years’ experience in front-end web development, including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Bootstrap, jQuery, PHP, and WordPress. She also has experience working with relational databases (SQL).

As a designer, Silvana employs a minimalist approach, and describes her style as modern yet playful. She has had work featured in the British Sun newspaper and on the University of Oxford website, among others.

PHOTO8

Photo8 Web and Logo Design

PROCESS

As a designer, I like to separate my work into four discrete steps: content gathering and assessment; researching the company; generating ideas, and finally actually designing. The design phase is an iterative process that involves much discussion with the client to ensure that the product meets their requirements.

I find that this approach lends itself to a product that appeals to both the client and end users alike. While it does take slightly longer than combining the steps, in my experience the end result is well worth it.

PROCESS

As a designer, I like to separate my work into four discrete steps: content gathering and assessment; researching the company; generating ideas, and finally actually designing. The design phase is an iterative process that involves much discussion with the client to ensure that the product meets their requirements.

I find that this approach lends itself to a product that appeals to both the client and end users alike. While it does take slightly longer than combining the steps, in my experience the end result is well worth it.

SOFOS LABS

Sofos Branding

HARBINGER

Harbinger App Design