LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION
Hiermee bevestig ek dat Thomas John Faul vir die tydperk April to Julie 2001 by CUM Boeke Menlyn Retailpark as tydelike personeellid werksaam was.
Tommie is ’n harde werker wat doen wat van hom verwag word, terwyl hy ook self inisiatief aan die dag kan lê.
Hy werk geduldig en professioneel met kliënte en is betroubaar.
Tommie sal ’n aanwins wees vir enige maatskappy of instansie.
CUM Boeke, Menlyn Retailpark
Tom John Faul has been employed by La Vineen Real Estate for the past 7 months as a Candidate Estate Agent. Tom is an enthusiastic worker and is always friendly, honest and loyal. His computer skills has been a great asset to our company, as he did all our graphic designing for our advertisements with
He leaves La Vineen Real Estate on his own accord to further his career and we recommend him for any such position.
For any further enquiries, please contact me at 083-519-9715
Cathy van der Westhuizen
Principal - La Vineen Real Estate
Tom Faul was employed with us for 1 months temporary work commencing 30th April 2005 and ending 31st May 2005. During that period he held the following Position :
• Counter Sales and graphic design specialist
During his employment with us, Tom Faul demonstrated
strength in the following areas:
* True Integrity
* A real willingness to work
OneZone (Hillcrest Boulevard)
This letter is my personal recommendation for Tommie Faul as a Layout Assistant and Web Administrator. I was Tommie's immediate supervisor for 17 months. I found him to be consistently pleasant, tackling all assignments with dedication and a smile.
Tommie accepted every assignment as a challenge and gave his best. He was not one to complain, but was quiet-spoken, polite, friendly, cheerful, and treated everyone with respect. As many of our projects are team efforts rather than individual assignments, he exhibited the ability to be a good team player. He kept a tidy workspace and was well organized.
It was a pleasure to have him on our team and also to see his growth in the Graphic Design field. Tommie is qualified to work in Photoshop and lndesign on Mac and has extensive knowledge of Microsoft Word...
...As the Web administrator, Tommie excelled in learning new technical information. He did an excellent job in putting together a detailed training manual for our Web site and was instrumental in the transfer of information from our old Web site to our new one, which was no small undertaking.
Because Bridges for Peace is an international organization with offices in seven other nations, Tommie became familiar with the nuances required for international publications.
I recommend Tommie for employment, as he would be a great asset to any organization.
Bridges for Peace Publications
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INSPIRATIONAL DESIGN QUOTES
“You can fix it now on the drafting board with an eraser or you can fix it later on the construction
site with a sledge hammer.”
Frank Lloyd Wright
“We require from buildings two kinds of goodness: first, the doing their practical duty well: then they be graceful and pleasing in doing it.”
“You can not understand good design if you
do not understand people.”
“Any product that needs a manual to
work is broken.”
“Programme-testing can be used very effectively to show the presence of bugs; but
never to show their absence.”
“Your customer doesn’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.”
“Leave it better than you found it.”
“Failure comes when you don’t listen. You can’t put something out there and assume it’s great. It’s up to us to make sure we’re listening to improve our chances for success — if not this time, next time.”
“Minimalism is not lack of something. It’s simply the perfect amount of something.”
“All programmes built without user testing are predictions. All predictions are wrong.”
“Recognising the need is the primary
condition for design.”
“You can have an experience in front of a Rembrandt... or in front of a piece
of graphic design.”
“An intelligent fool can make things more complex. It takes a touch of genius — a lot of courage — to move into the opposite direction.”