"Everyone is given a special talent"

Everyone is given a special talent and mine has been computers. I first was introduced to computers in my electronics class in 1980. We were one of the first schools in the Virginia school system to have a computer for the students to study. I learned what made them tick inside and some pretty basic computer language.

About 1 year later I purchased my fist computer, a Commodore 64. This was a very basic system and it came with a couple of games. What really interested me was that I could write computer code and store it on a cassette tape. The cassette tape would later be replaced by the hard drive. The first time I was able to run my program from the tape the computer bug bit me and I had to know more!

In 1983 I went to work for a company that manufactured computer room power supplies and monitors. Because of my tech school background I was quickly moved from manufacturing to be an assistant to the engineers. They had me prototyping circuits, troubleshooting, and drafting. Looking back, I believe the engineers in my group hated the drafting part because of the intricate lay out of the circuits. I got to be pretty good at it and I know that several of the schematic designs I worked on were still in use in the late 90's.

In 1991 after moving to California I went to work as a sales representative for a hard drive manufacturer. Because of complaints by my customers of poor technical support I would listen into some of the tech support calls of my customers to make sure they were handled properly. I would eat my lunch or go through papers while they were talking sometimes over an hour. I didn't realize but I was learning many of the skills and tricks of the technicians and soon I could handle many of these calls myself.

In 1995 I went to work as a sales representative for a tool manufacturing company. In 1996 this company had a third party design a web site for them. It was terribly basic and I asked if I could take a crack at it. Later I presented my web site to company and the rest was history. This company was very supportive of me and my computer skills. My web skills quickly spread to  graphic design, marketing and catalog design. I found that my time on the computer passed very quickly and I enjoyed every minute.

Well if you have made it this far, I congratulate you and thank you for hearing my story. What I wanted to convey is that I have a history of working with the computer and graphic design. I have found that working with computers is a passion for me. I have the skills and knowledge to assist with your graphic and computer needs. I also have the background for marketing your product or service in a way that helps you to get the message of your company to your customer. I can translate computer to English to explain even the most complex computer problem in basic terms. I know you will find Dogpaw Graphics to be the answer to all of your technical requirements.

"If you work at what you love, Is it really work"

Thank You,

Brett Robinson



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