If you had to pick one thing about Dani Dudovick that sets him apart it would be his eye for how things should look on a page or on a large or small screen and he doesn't quit until it looks just right. He is now into his third reinvention of himself as a design, advertising, illustrative and interactive guru. Having worked at big shops like FCB and Grey early in his career, as well as a small shop or two, Dani has seen a lot and also aided many big national brands, as well as small local and regional ones, operating in pretty much every industry -- packaged goods, entertainment, tourism, healthcare, financial, fitness, legal, real estate, telecomm, manufacturing and on and on and on.
For the last decade or more, Dani has run his own shop. He’s well versed in all of the tools and plugins that are useful to marketers, from Wordpress to deceptively simple yet strategically on-target logo and interactivity design. Much of his time these days is spent weaving websites. Yes, he’s won a bunch of awards. Yes, he’ll be glad to provide contact information so his happy, happy clients can sing his praises into the phone or onto the screen for you.
The distinctiveness of Dani Dudovick is two fold. On a more nuts and bolts level, Dani got into the whole website creation thing early on. Early like 1992 or so. He figured out that his value would increase dramatically if he was good at not just the whole outward facing design of websites -- the esthetics and navigation (UX) -- but also understood and could direct others at that mysterious back room coding stuff. So he has also become a practioner of programming, a coder. This "coding" stuff gave him access to one critical slice of the big picture few art directors or print designers rarely glimpse let alone understand.
The efficiencies this dual understanding provides and the seamlessness it produces pay dividends for those who avail themselves of Dani’s skill sets. He also has the most fun designing in the browser. It’s one of the many reasons you should put him on your list of people you can depend on. Plus, he nearly always answers the phone, and delivers the goods on time and on budget.
Arijit has a degree in electronics engineering from Jadavpur University, Calcutta and an MBA (Systems & Finance) from The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Calcutta. After high level banking for a few years he moved into the software arena as the chief consultant to a software development firm in Calcutta with clients like Bell Labs, Lucent and HP. In 1998, he set off on his own as a freelancer specializing in PHP-MySQL based web solutions. The projects Arijit has tackled are too numerous to list, but have included API integration for FedEx, UPS and Authorize.net, also server side image manipulation (automatic re-sizing, watermarking, color profile assignment), e-commerce solutions, custom content management systems and many more.
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