As a technical communicator, I have been involved in helping design a variety of graphics. For example, all graphics submitted in manuscripts to Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal undergo editorial review. In many cases, I had redesigned graphics which were subsequently approved by the submitting authors with little or no changes, and kind words of gratitude.
I have been involved in web design since the Internet first became popular. Although replaced by a more modern system, in the 1990s, I created the first website (hard code) for the Department of Biomedical Engineering of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. It was still in use in the early 2000s!
The links below go to websites that I actively maintain:
Hope-Challenged.com: This is my personal blog. I have handled all of its design and content for several years.
DvoraElisheva.com: This is my new Author website (see Author item in the portfolio). Initially I wanted a contractor to help me with the more complex items, but I could not find anyone who could do a simple implementation of features for tech-challenged people. I implemented all features, and researched all WordPress plugins to select the most appropriate ones for the purpose.
AFutureandaHope.org.il: I host this site for a non profit organization in Israel. I was responsible for selecting the template, customizing it, and setting up all features, including the PayPal donate option.
Note: I also handle all hosting issues for the these sites.
Logo: Biosense Webster (Israel) developed a software module which they termed “CFAE” for Complex Fractionated Atrial Electrograms”. Physicians pronounce this “Cafe”. I was asked to create a logo and button to add to the Splash Screen which the marketing department had provided for our standard software. The logo was later transferred to Marketing and used for several promotional materials for employees and physicians (shirts, mugs, gift items, etc.)
Published Graphics: The link below goes to an image heavy manuscript published in Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal. The author submitted all of the graphics as single panel pictures of varied sizes. They were initially submitted as figures 1, 2, 3, etc. After consulting with the editor and the author, I resized and reordered the graphics, edited content where necessary, and created a simplified view of them.This was a critical aspect of making the content accessible to readers for ease of comprehension.