Heather Fairchild is a multimedia developer with experience in Web, film, photography and animation as well as traditional fine arts like painting and sculpting. In addition to writing for Beyond.com, she is co-founder of a design and promotion company. Fairchild spends her spare time making puppets, teaching Sunday school, building Lego and doing science experiments with her children.
Personal Website: http://www.beyond.com
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For some graphic designers, a move toward certification could provide a way to validate their skills and give themselves an edge over less-educated peers.
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