OrangeSlyce is the easy, affordable way to hire recommended students for graphic design projects. We are the only marketplace dedicated to connecting talented students from across the nation with small businesses who need design projects completed. The internet is saturated with lackluster “experts” who see each project as just another paycheck. Logos and letterheads, business cards and banner ads, websites and Wordpress; find real value in each project with invested, passionate designers on www.orangeslyce.com.
Sean Coleman graduated magna cum laude from Arizona State University in 2009 with a B.S.E in Computer Systems Engineering.
With an extensive background in technology entrepreneurship, Sean successfully ran a profitable web design firm for over five years, developing extensive business relationships with hundreds of clients. As an undegraduate student, Sean completed his Honors Thesis, "When Open Source Works: Criteria for Gauging Open Source Adoption Success" under the mentorship of ASU's University Technology Officer, Adrian Sannier. In conjuntion with his thesis, Sean was awarded a research contract from the Arizona Department of Transportation to investigate utilizing Open Source Software. Sean has been selected for numerous entrepreneurship awards included the Arizona Republic's "35 Entrepreneurs 35 and Younger" in 2009 and the Small Business Administration's "Young Entrepreneur of the Year" for Arizona.
Chris Farris attended Scottsdale Community College's film program with a focus on visual media. With a passion for design and marketing, Chris has experience producing and directing artistic media that cohesively expresses group ideologies. Chris brings creativity and talent to OrangeSlyce to lead brand development and the forging of public relationships.
Conrad Wadowski graduated in 2009 from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Finance and B.A. in English, magna cum laude. He served in a leadership capacity with Honors Consulting LLC, and later as the Coordinator of 50 Barrett Honor College students in a marketing campaign for American Century Investments. Additionally, Mr. Wadowski has worked as a Manager of a 3,000 patient Medical Practice hiring employees exclusively from Arizona State University over a three year period. Most recently Mr. Wadowski worked as an Economic Advisory Associate for Grant Thornton LLP. He is a candidate for the Level III CFA exam, a rigorous graduate-level finance program.
Ed Kummerer received his Bachelor's in Economics from the University of Notre Dame in 2008, with a thesis focused on determining the impact of pension plan generosity on salaries. While a student, Ed spent a year working as a research assistant under noted labor economist Dr. Teresa Ghilarducci. Ed will apply his knowledge of labor markets and his research experience to determine the strengths and weaknesses of competitors to optimize OrangeSlyce's strategy.
OrangeSlyce's unique matching algorithm gives it the edge over competitors. A small business using a job board (like Monster or Craig's List) has to leave the posting up for at least two weeks to gather applicants. The business then has to spend another week sifting through applications just to find the applicants that are truly qualified for the position. On OrangeSlyce, an employer is automatically matched with the five-most qualified students (based on the criteria established by his job posting) saving the business several weeks worth of valuable time.
This algorithm is especially valuable to small businesses that lack experienced HR departments and can have difficulty distinguishing between a qualified applicant and an unqualified applicant. Our algorithm cuts the guessing-game out of the process and lets the business get straight to work.