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      My assignment was to make a new design for the web based user area based on the graphical profile from one of ChessIT's clients. The design had to be light in terms of changes, as the project had hard deadlines. I worked with the client and the developers to find a balance between the two that satisfied the requirements and respected the time constraints.
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      Design in Sketch and later in Figma Client meetings to discuss the designs A new UI for a signup form for another client A new UI for a second system design HTML/CSS for the signup form and the second system Custom Icons Design guideline
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