From: Andy Vassallo <[address removed]> To: [address removed] Sent: Monday, January 7,[masked]:41 AM Subject: [newtech-1] UX/UI Design
Hello All --
I'm looking for an awesome UX/UI Designer to help re-design Spogo, an app that engages and rewards sports fans (www.playspogo.com).
Looking to hire an experienced freelance designer for the job and was wondering if you guys had any suggestions. I'll be in NYC this week, so if you have any thoughts, please send me an email at [address removed]
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