My Resume

Nathan J. Taylor

125 Virginia St, Elmhurst, Apt. 16, IL – 815.751.8049

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Graphic Design Programs:

  • Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Fireworks, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Publisher

Web Design & Development Skills:

  • HTML, CSS, Adobe Flash, ActionScript 3.0, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft FrontPage, Google Analytics, WebTrends, Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

General Office Programs:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Can work proficiently on either Macintosh or Windows



Informatics Designer and Informational Specialist

Walgreens Retail Clinical Services, January 2005-Present

Responsibilities included:

  • Maintenance of
  • Development of, a continuing pharmacy education website.
  • Working closely with the clinical education team to research, edit, design, and publish continuing pharmacy education courses for delivery on the website. Training courses include Flash based interactivity and static home study modules.
  • Working with IT personnel to incorporate content management tools to publish content to the website.
  • Ensure the website meets accreditation standards (ACPE), and guide IT personnel in website enhancements.


Graphic Designer

Specialty Publishing, January 2003-October 2004

Responsibilities included:

  • Print Design
  • Visual conceptualization, design, and production of a magazine targeted to construction professionals.
  • Website design
  • Working closely with the web programmer on two websites.
  • Website work included image creation, typographical style sheet implementation, banner creation, promotional and informational HTML email marketing, web marketing analytics (WebTrends), and maintaining website graphics and information.


Graphic Designer

Symbology Creative, June 2002-November 2002

Responsibilities included:

  • Working closely with the principal owner on various marketing and design projects.
  • Projects included logo design and materials for Symbology Creative, website design, and an electronic mail piece.


Graphic Design Internship

Lydon & Associates, May-August, 2001

Responsibilities included:

  • Working with staff designers to create various marketing and design materials (logos, posters, direct mail packages, and website design.
  • Worked both on teams and independently.



Restaurant guide for the Elmhurst area

  • Maintain graphics, photos, text, and implemented search engine optimization (SEO) for all sections of the website.
  • Utilize analytics software to determine opportunities for increasing web traffic., October 2007-Present

Fine artist website

  • Maintain graphics, photos, text, and implemented search engine optimization (SEO) for all sections of the website.
  • Utilize analytics software to determine opportunities for increasing web traffic.

Other Websites Designed and Maintained:

Restaurant Guides:


Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1999-2002

Bachelor of Arts, Visual Communications, May 2002

3.86/4.00 GPA



Received the Lydon & Associates Visual Communications Scholarship Award, April of 2001.



Brad Wasson,
VP, Pharmacy Services: Health Systems Solutions, Walgreen Co.

“[Nathan] is one of those youths in their business experience that just goes about their business with incredible passion with little input / hand holding needed.”

Jim Langman
VP, Clinical Services, Walgreens Health Initiatives

“I give to Nathan my highest recommendation. Nathan has always been an extremely intelligent, hard working, honest and good natured part of our organization. His organizational skills, technical acumen, and people skills are the main reasons for the existence and success of the Walgreens Continuing Education website.”

Scott Miller
Director, Specialty Pharmacy Reporting and Informatics
Walgreen Co.

“Nathan was usually my “go to” person for designing, documenting, building, implementing, and doing post implementation analysis on a number of projects that were both directly under his responsibilities as well as help with other departments.

His work with the website is a testament to his abilities. This project was initiated by an idea and a very small budget. With that I left it to Nathan to get a site up and running to serve thousands of pharmacists and technicians on a national basis. The requirements did not stop there. Working with the Accreditation Counsel of Pharmacy Education (ACPE) entails a large amount of very specific data collection and reporting. These requirements are very fluid as the Counsel is constantly trying to refine and better the process of re-educating practicing pharmacists and technicians.

In my new role there have also been many times that I have need to reach out to Nathan for some “alternative” thinking in order to help trouble shoot issues that have arisen.”

Nathan Taylor is a person that I can easily say that I would recommend without hesitation to fill any roll. His versatility, skills, team work, and ability to think out side of the box to devise solutions to issues would make him an extremely valuable asset.

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