Hello, My name is Will Tun and I am a freelance graphic and web designer
based in Seattle, Washington.
I believe in the power of visual design, it’s the most efficient way to convey messages visually.
A powerful design can create an emotional connection with more people.
My goal is to utilize my knowledge and experience in the design field to deliver the best performance to my projects and clients.
I also like to do all kinds of sports and enjoy watching artworks and movies.
Adjust image color and tone, Photo manipulation, Digital painting, and create 2D and 3D objects.
Specialize in taking pictures of people, places, landscapes, and food.
Create vector graphics images to be used for logos, social media , Business Cards, Infographics and Posters. For both in print and digital form.
Generate 3D representations of any objects by manipulating polygons, edges, and vertices in simulated 3D space.
Create and layout a multi-page, text-heavy applications like brochures, magazines, newspapers, and books.
Design wireframes, mockups, and prototypes for both web and apps.
Junior, 2 years
Junior, 1 year
Senior, 4 years
Senior, 4 years
2018 - 2019Shoreline Community College
Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences
Design elements including letter forms, illustrations, typography and other graphic images and effectively use art elements such as line, shape, color, value, texture and form in the development of visual images for a variety of media
2019 - 2019Shoreline Community College
Web Design certificate
Create an interface, layout, and features of a website. Intensive knowledge in both graphic design and computer programming(HTML, CSS).
2014 - 2015University of Washington Bothell
Bachelor of Arts - Media and Communication Studies
Apply media and communication knowledge in the media industries, including digital media production, journalism, writing, and strategic communication to the processes of producing ethical media and communication content in a variety of contexts and for a range of purposes.
2010 - 2013Bellevue College
Direct Transfer Degree
General Studies coursework allowed me to develop skill sets applicable across in various studies, ranging from natural science, Art and science to communication studies. I think it's a great path before committing to a career.