Looking for iWork Expert

Discussion in 'Design and Graphics' started by zzargo, Feb 24, 2009.

  1. zzargo macrumors newbie

    Mar 24, 2003
    I'm not sure if this is the right place for this... but here goes anyway. :)

    I'm looking for someone who is VERY well-versed in Apple iWork '09.

    I'm looking to have a designer who can create documents, worksheets, checklists, ebooks, and more. I run a monthly membership which contains professionally designed PDFs and would like to create several dozen promotional materials for our website.

    I am ONLY looking for someone who uses iWork '09 and obviously the designs must be unique, well thought-out, user-friendly, and attractive.

    I need someone who is responsible, can work independently, is prompt with emails, and quick to complete the designs. And I have no problem working with talented students who have experience with iWork. I don't care how old you are as long as you're consistent with your quality and responsiveness.

    Obviously I'm willing to pay, which is negotiable and I'd like to see some examples of work done in iWork as well.

    If this sounds interesting to you, you can email iworkapplications@me.com with some samples and some background info.

  2. semicharmed macrumors regular

    Jul 24, 2005
    New Orleans
    Why only iWork? If you're sending .pdfs to people, then the creating program shouldn't matter; on this particular section of the forums you're much more likely to find people who are "experts" in InDesign/Illustrator/Quark for making layouts than iWork.
  3. zzargo thread starter macrumors newbie

    Mar 24, 2003
    iWork-only because that's what I use and I'd like to be able to edit the files myself. The professional apps are great and all, and I could hack my way around them, but the key is speed of design, cost, and I'm already super-happy with iWork.

    I actually am well-versed myself with iWork, but I just don't have to time to do the design. :)
  4. alphaod macrumors Core


    Feb 9, 2008
    Well InDesign will seriously be a better choice, but if you want help with iWork, you can always get Apple One-To-One; really worth it from friends who have used it.
  5. zzargo thread starter macrumors newbie

    Mar 24, 2003
    Hey Alphaod,

    Thanks for the tip. I agree that InDesign is better, but I'm looking for something quick and simple.

    I know how to use iWork very well myself, I'm just looking to hire someone to do the work for me so I can focus on other things. :)

    Thanks again for your advice! :)

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