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Transcript of The typewriter
Producing high quality, vibrant and imaginative presentations including advanced animations, to a level that will inspire the clients
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The Sholes typewriter had a type-bar system and the universal keyboard was the machine's novelty, however, the keys jammed easily. To solve the jamming problem, another business associate, James Densmore, suggested splitting up keys for letters commonly used together to slow down typing. This became today's standard "QWERTY" keyboard.
In 1944, IBM designs the first typewriter with proportional spacing.
History of typewriters, typing, and qwerty keyboards By Mary Bellis, About.com Guide
Typewriter From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mark Twain enjoyed and made use of new inventions, he was the first author to submit a typewritten manuscript
to his publisher.
"t y p e w r i t e r"
The word "typewriter" is often cited as the longest English word that can be typed using only one row of keys of a QWERTY keyboard.
a keyboard machine for writing mechanically in characters resembling print
BRAND LEARNING, Kingston-upon-Thames
March 2010 – current
Project and Event Co-ordinator and promoted to Creativity Champion for the Company
Sep 2009 – Mar 2010
Freelance Graphic Designer
Sep 2008 – Sep 2009
Online and eBusiness Marketing Manager (design and administration)
ADD SOME SPICE, Johannesburg South Africa
Jul 2006 – Jun 2008
Adobe Acrobat (PDF)
Flash (ActionScript 2.0)
HTML and CSS
Microsoft SharePoint (admin and design)
Moodle Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
A significant innovation was the shift key. Now each typebar could type two different characters, cutting the number of keys in half. These little three-row machines were very portable and could be used by journalists
Illustrator & Photoshop CS5
Advanced skills refresher
Microsoft Office Software Support Diploma
Expert training on Word, Excel & PowerPoint
(Merit Award for “Outstanding Achievement” in view of highest results in this course)
Web design & Development Diploma
HTML & CSS
Flash (with ActionScript2.0)
MySQL, PHP & Javascropt
Matric /Grade 12
With distinctive results in Technical drawing
and Business Economics
PC and MAC (incl. iPad)
PowerPoint 2007 & 2010
Lotus Freelance Graphics
Camtasia (video editing)
Over 12 years experience in design and digital communications
Successful in fast-paced environments and when working to firm deadlines
Experience in print, web, video and multimedia production
Dubbed the "go-to-girl" by co-workers and directors for constant stream of creative ideas
I love to find new ways to leverage technology to improve productivity
at a glance.
Advanced work on Adobe Acrobat (PDF) to create interactive PDF documents to securely share content with clients without comprimising on creativity
Creation of Prezi presentations
Research and design of Infographics
Conception and design of YouTube content
Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign expert
IBM, Johannesburg South Africa
Mar 2001 – Nov 2006
Desktop Publishing and Proposal Centre Specialist
CYAN COMMUNICATIONS, Johannesburg South Africa
Dec 2002 – Mar 2004
THE BEARE GROUP, KwaZulu Natal South Africa
Mar 1996 – Apr 2002
Office Manager and PA to 2 Divisional Managers