"My first contact to Natalya was to engage her for a graphic design project. Read More >>

"Natayla and I have been working together for many years. Natalya has extraordinatory artistic sense and creativity for web design. Read More >>

"Just want to let you know that OMAF people really like the GUI design of the RUP framework that you did for them. I want to pass on the compliment to you." Read More >>

Interested in my current or past work experience? Contact me and I will send you my resume.

I’m a certified civil engineer and art graduate, which allows me to have a strong combination of understanding and applying complex specifications to creating visually appealing web designs. I have 10+ years of experience in providing graphic design, web development, and web designer solutions to major government and corporate clients for provincial and national implementations—for example, TELUS, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Siemens, and Bank of Montreal.

In the role of a web design consultant and lead artist, I communicate directly with clients to identify their business needs, generate strategically creative approaches, and propose design directions for web design and suitable web technologies.

In the role of a graphic artist I consult with clients to understand their advertising needs, and then create advertising designs that effectively communicate their messages to their target audience.

In whatever position I hold, I endeavor to succeed and exceed expectations for whatever I’m tasked to do. For example, in 2006 my work was recognized by Canadian Business Press.

Qualicom wins award in Canadian Business Press Best Website category

"Toronto, Ontario - 5 June 2006: Qualicom Innovations received a Top 5 award in the Best Website category (N1) -, sponsored by Ironstone Media Corporation. The award was conferred for Qualicom's ongoing implementation of the Web site for Style Magazine, Style.ca. Natalya Romashkin, Qualicom's Webmaster, is responsible for this project.

Written for retailers, vendors, designers and students of womens- and mens-wear, Style is the source for seasonal apparel trends; the best of the world's runways; what's hot at the textile mills; how to make sense of the global marketplace; the newest merchandising solutions; and the warp-speed pace of technological change. For more than 100 years, Style has been Canada's fashion source. In continuing that tradition today, Style keeps its readers ahead of the competition.

Canadian Business Press (CBP) was established in 1920 and incorporated as a not-for-profit association in 1981 to represent the interests of the Canadian business, professional and farm press. It recognizes excellence in writing and graphic design through the annual Kenneth R. Wilson Awards program."