Holly Reynolds ● Web Designer, Front End Developer
Duluth, Ga. 30097
Skills At A Glance
Proficient Intermediate Some Experience
HTML Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Actionscript 2.0
Adobe Photoshop (thru CS4) Flash (thru CS4) PHP
Dreamweaver (thru CS4) DHTML Designing Email Campaigns
FTP software Adobe Illustrator (thru CS4) ASP.NET 2.0, ASP (Classic)
XHTML Fireworks (thru CS4) Creating Newsletters
Application GUI design Visual Studio 6.0-2008
Visual Sourcesafe Print Design
MS Office 95-2007 jQuery
World Financial Group / AEGON 2002 - Present
Job Title and Description Graphic Designer: Originally hired as a Web Content Editor. Day to day under
this title included maintaining and updating content across up to 12 sites such as editing text, creating graphics
(both static .jpg and .gif as well as animated gifs and Flash animation) and occasionally creating new sections of
Eventually I was promoted to Web Content Manager which increased my control over the sites. In 2005 I was
promoted to Graphic Designer where I would still occasionally do daily updates but primarily focused on fully
designing and building new sites, and Flash animations/banners/video (using Flash CS3 and Flash Media Server).
I also design graphical user interfaces for .NET applications.
Supervisor ● Sushma Chada
Monarch Computer Systems 2001 - 2002
Job Title and Description WebMaster of 2 sites (monarchcomputer.com/athlonxp.com);
QA testing of new site, designed various elements for site including some navigational buttons, banner ads,
updated and edited sections of the site as needed. Site was built using a Content Management System called
AthlonXP.com tasks: Was the final say just under senior management for a small team of reviewers
(approximately 5 people nationwide) in site news and daily content changes. I was the only designer/developer
on this project and therefore made all design/development changes required which included daily working with
HTML, Photoshop, and some PHP (site resided in a MySQL database) as well as handled managing all contests
held through the site, designed any other elements needed to advertise for it (t-shirts, banners) and maintained
contact with affiliate sites.
Other daily responsibilities for this job included updating, designing and maintaining content on 2 other sites
owned by the company (thermalsonic.com, steiffteddys.com), if needed, and handling any administrative or other
necessary tasks for supervisors.
Supervisor Shannon Morgan
Outweb 2000 - 2001
Job Title and Description Web Developer: was responsible for building entire sites (with the exception of
and Fireworks, as well as making any alterations per the client's request. I was also responsible for running
weekly reports for various client sites displaying the amount of traffic they'd received during that time.
Supervisor Isaac Adams
CNN Interactive 2000 - 2000
Job Title and Description Web Editor: took story text from editors and transferred to a HTML template, was
responsible for adding elements (images, link boxes, pop up image galleries)
Supervisor Micheal Alberghini
Mindspring Enterprises 1999 - 2000
Job Title and Description Technical Support Representative: took incoming calls helping customers with
email, dial up connection problems, FTP, IRC, web, and newsgroups issues.
Supervisor Jennifer Armstrong
Attended Georgia Perimeter College with the intent to major in Computer Science, completed courses Beginning
through Advanced HTML (New Horizons Computer Learning Center), Frontpage 2000 Beginning and
Intermediate, Flash 4.0 Beginning, Beginning through Advanced DOS 6.2, Beginning through Advanced Windows
98, Flash MX 2004 at Figleaf Training and ASP.NET training through Gwinnett Tech.
I hand code HTML and CSS and consider myself to be very friendly, patient, work well under pressure, and quick
with problem solving. I am comfortable working either alone or with a team and have a strong sense of work
ethic. Multitasking is not only something I’m used to but something I thrive on.
I have nearly 10 years of experience with the Internet and computers in both PC and Mac environments,
including hands on experience with troubleshooting hardware, software and programming issues. I am very
familiar with Web related issues such as browser incompatibility problems and consider myself a faster learner.
I've had the opportunities with previous positions of handling tasks such as transferring whole sites to new hosts,
transferring DNS for these sites, correcting any problems resulting from this and building for Search Engine
Optimization. While I do have some experience in print design (and would love to learn more), I am primarily
experienced in web.
* References available upon request