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I'm self-taught, with 3 years' experience as a web developer.

Currently looking for a C# ASP.NET MVC development position within Chelmsford or London. I've been out of work for quite a while, so if you have an opening for a junior position, I'd still like to know. I just want to get back to work.

john.hartley4 [AT] gmail [DOT] com


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comment Photoshop - Relative layer position
I'd never heard of actions before and #3 pointed to my answer below.
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comment Photoshop - Relative layer position
Haha, thanks bud. I think I need to invest some time looking into those other programs. The last time I used Fireworks was when Macromedia still had its name on it. The biggest problem I find, and I don't seem to be alone here, is the difference between each package. It can be pretty difficult to distinguish the right tool for the job. That's enough derailing from me anyway. I appreciate the insightful comments.
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Thanks for the tips. This sort of information is pretty valuable to people like me who are really inexperienced. I do have one question though: would you use InDesign/Fireworks to design a menu or simply to lay one out? It seems as if it's for the latter but the former is what my question really relates to.
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