TAS Designs

Tiffany Shand

Founder and Web Designer at TAS Designs

Located within Durham Region and the GTA

Designing with:

Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Flex, Dreamweaver, and Microsoft Visio



Programming with:

HTML,XHTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, PHP, MySQL, Javascript, Ajax, Java, JQuery, Actionscript, C++, .NET, and XML



Also specializing in:

Microsoft Office, Microsoft Visual Studio, Adobe Audition, Adobe Premiere, Maestro, and Nuendo

Experience:

November 2016 – December 2016 (Contract)

Yellow Pages/411.ca (www.411.ca)
Role: Website Builder
-SEO, Design and Developing websites for businesses on 411.ca -Using tools such as Excel, Mono (411.ca web platform), Outlook and NetSuite

January 2014 - May 2016

Microsoft Retail Stores (www.microsoftstore.ca)
Role: Product Advisor, Community Development Specialist Captain
-Help discover, enable, and implement high value Microsoft technology solutions and services across a broad range of devices. -Expertly demonstrate and present the newest product and service offerings across all devices with workshops and personal training.

April 2013 - May 2013

Jobs in Education (www.jobsineducation.com)
Why Work in Education (www.whyworkineducation.com)
Role: Design Expert
JIE and WWIE was a 6 week remote internship position. My dutie as the Design Expert included Developing and enhancing design and web materials to create a professional corporate identity that supported the growth and interactions of Jobs in Education and Why Work in Education.
Major projects included: Social Media page design, and WWIE site and logo design

Our Teenage Love Affair (www.ourteenageloveaffair.com)
Role: Web Designer
This is a wedding website that was a freelance project. The logo and website layout was designed with using Photoshop, and the website was programmed with using HTML5, CSS3, PHP and Javascript.
The intro to this website uses CSS animation and is best viewed within Firefox and Chrome. Features include a Javascript password entry and guestbook, and PHP email forms.

May 2011 - May 2012

Sweetspot (www.sweetspot.ca)
Role: Web Producer
While I was at Sweetspot duties included the development of gallery and article-type page layouts, programming client-side widgets, manipulating images for the web, production of daily digital content, updating website using a custom CMS.
Personal projects included: JQuery show&hide Google map, Javascript calendar widget, and Javascript content slider.

April 2011 - May 2012

Chatelaine (www.chatelaine.com) and Flare (www.flare.com)
Role: Web Producer
While I was on contract with Chatelaine and Flare I assisted with developing a 30 day javascript calendar page (view here). I also uploaded and maintained digital content using CMS, built daily newsletters, and did some photo manipulation with using Photoshop

Late 2010 - Early 2011

3 Bride Mice (www.3bridemice.com)
Role: Freelance Researcher and Content Management
When I worked for 3 Bride Mice, I performed online research for Wedding services and events. I also uploaded and styled content for the site through Wordpress.

Mid 2010 - Late 2010

Dress Me Trendy (www.dressmetrendy.com)
Role: Freelance Web Designer
When I worked on Dress Me Trendy I was hired to change the style of an existing Magento template with using HTML, and CSS

April 2010 - Sept 2010

Canadian Cancer Society (www.cancer.ca)
Role: JR. Web Producer
When I worked on a summer contract for CAS my duties included creating, posting and maintaining social media content, updating website cancer.ca using Sitecore CMS, web designing and developing an internal website for the society, and creating project documents and implementation plans for future web projects

April 2010 - Sept 2010

Durham College - Learner Support Centre
Role: Peer Tutor in Web Development and Design
When I worked for Durham College as a peer tutor, I assisted lower-year students in CSS, JavaScript, HTML, and PHP course materials

January 2010 - Ongoing

Jerusalem ACWW (www.jerusalemacww.org)
Role: Freelance Web and Graphic Designer
While I currently manage the online and print materials for Jerusalem ACWW, tasks include updating the website, desiging elements for the site, and flyer, logo, and brochure design for the organization.

March 2008 - Sept 2009

Ironstone Media (www.ironstonemedia.com)
Role: JR. Web/Flash Developer
While I worked part-time at Ironstone Media duties included inserting content for online magazines within Flash, and updating layouts with using HTML and CSS.