Each week, we will highlight one member of our CMF team. We would like to provide you with ‘behind the scenes’ news on our operations, and can get to know a little bit more about the people working for the Canadian Minifootball Federation (CMF)! We have asked each of our team members the same eight questions, to provide a broad perspective on what they bring to the CMF team.
In today’s post, we meet our Graphic Designer of the Canadian Minifootball Federation (CMF) – Spencer Kryvenchuk. He will reveal to us his responsibilities and the role that he plays in this ambitious project.
CMF: Explain in detail what projects you are working on at CMF?
I’m currently working on several designs for both the minifootball team and the e-sports team that recently started competing in the e-PANAM Cup. Some things I have been working on so far include the team introductions and their jerseys.
CMF: What initially drew into wanting to join the CMF?
When I initially saw the posting online, I drew my interest at the name of the sport being called minifootball. I was initially under the impression that it was an actual tiny football. *Laughs* I decided to send in my resume immediately and I’m so glad they brought me on because there was so much more to the sport.
CMF: How has your experience been so far?
So far my experience has been great! Everyone of the staff members is nice and easy to communicate with, so I couldn’t be happier to be part of the team.
CMF: Describe a typical day for you working on CMF projects.
My day typically consists of getting a project to work on, usually during the weekly meetings, and then I start looking into what other teams are doing to get an idea for what to incorporate with the CMF. I then sketch out a small plan for myself to follow and begin working on said project. Once I’m finished, I send it to my team for some feedback and suggestions to make it better before going ahead with sharing it with the marketing team to post it on our social media pages.
CMF: How has the pandemic affected your work? How have you adjusted to it?
When it comes to the pandemic, it really didn’t affect the way I work in any meaningful way. It’s been fine to work at home so far.
CMF: What do you like to do in your spare time?
When I have some downtime, I mostly play video games and work out.
CMF: What other work do you do outside of the CMF?
For the most part, I work at the gift shop located inside the Scotiabank Saddledome, which is the home of the Calgary Flames. I also do freelance work for graphic design.
CMF: What do you hope to accomplish while with the CMF?
I’m hoping to expand my portfolio and gain some experience as a graphic designer.
Next week, we will introduce you to Henry Rincon, another Graphic Designer of the Canadian Minifootball Federation (CMF)!
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