[Itech] Fwd: NMC is looking for a really great Infographic designer
franklit at ohio.edu
Wed Jan 29 16:42:47 EST 2014
Something you may be interested in!
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From: Larry Johnson <johnson at nmc.org>
Date: Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 12:35 PM
Subject: NMC is looking for a really great Infographic designer
To: NMCSubscribers at princeton.edu
Here at NMC we're in the need of someone who is really good at infoviz, and
who might want occasional contract work related to the NMC's Horizon
project. It occurs to us that that person might very well be at an NMC
institution already and willing to help us, while making some extra cash,
thus this note.
If you are this person and might be interested, please write me directly at
johnson at nmc.org with some samples of your work, and we'll talk more offline
-- if you know someone who might be interested, please let them know, and
ask them to do the same.
All the best!
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