My name is Miika Ahvenjärvi. I'm a freelance Graphic Designer from Finland.
I can offer graphic design services of all sorts; website design, logotype & identity design, application UI design, mobile-app design, advertisement design, CD & DVD cover design and many more. Contact me for information about pricing.
You can contact me at Miika.Ahvenjarvi@hotmail.com, or via a DeviantArt note.
I made a contest entry for Drop by Drop competition held by UNRIC and ENEP. The basics of the competition were to create an advertisement that supposed to carry a message of the importance of saving clean water for future generations. The competition is now closed, and is currently in the public voting stage. While the "real" winner is not chosen by the public, but by a jury of professionals, the initial publicity of an entry can't be understated.
So far my entry has not exactly received any attention at all, so I'm asking a simple favor from you:
:bulletred: Press the like-button on this page (that's my contest entry).
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The tittle says it all. If you are a tribbble member and have some spare invites, I'd gladly accept one. Quality has never been in that much focus in Deviantart, so I've been looking for a place where quality is not an option but a must, and dribbble is certainly one of the best places to match my expectation. Not sure what I could do in return, but I can sure feature the person giving me an invite.
[Edit]: Thanks to *deadlinesdesign I'm now a player in dribbble. Now I'm just going to start uploading shots there, so keep an eye on my profile. ;)
First of all, I wouldn't want this to sound like a rant, but it'll probably sound like that anyway, so forgive me for that. The subject is limited to the customization category, which I'm most familiar with. (By having lot of works submitted in that category)
Lately there has been a loads submissions, that I consider as a low quality works, posted in the customization category, the wallpaper section especially. Now, I don't mind that at all, there are always people who aren't 'artistically orientated'. What bothers me is that these works often use 'stock' images (that aren't really stock images at all, rather e.g. popular images from deviant