Applying A Web Designer Position in An Interactive Design Studio

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Dear Mr. Smith,

Your requirement for an Interactive Web Designer interested me because of my enthusiasm for Web development/design and my strong desire to continue working and building a career in that field. My resume is enclosed for your consideration.

In recent years, I have utilized my creative, analytical and problem-solving skills to complete several Webrelated projects, both independently and as a project team member. These include the following:

  • Building, programming, testing and refining an enrollment-tracking application with an intuitive user interface
  • Designing and developing one module for the successful, timely release of a new product
  • Designing and implementing a Web user interface
  • Creating a process and templates for production of JPEG images for hotel Web sites

Prior to that time, I gained solid experience as a programmer/analyst, a software architect and a software/support engineer. Key activities included database development and troubleshooting, small-business application development and interactive product testing. My ability to understand and analyze complex problems; communicate with clients to assess their needs; and develop innovative, practical solutions enabled me to make a worthwhile contribution to each of my employers during that period.

As I prepare to close out my work on the software application I developed for A Higher Experience, I am beginning to search for an employment situation that will allow me to use my existing experience and skills in Web development/design while also offering potential opportunities to expand and enhance my professional strengths.

I am definitely interested in being considered for the position of Interactive Web Designer with Reaching Out and would like to arrange an interview at your earliest convenience to discuss how I can contribute to your team. I will call you soon.

Sincerely,

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