As an eLearning developer, I develop learning solutions to meet the needs of the learner and the requirements from the Subject Matter Expert (SME). What sets me apart from other eLearning developers is that I am a qualified graphic designer. Using innovative techniques, I turn learning solutions into beautifully designed, engaging experiences for learners.
I have many years of work experience in various graphic and developer roles.
My current role is an eLearning Producer for Linklaters, a leading global law firm based in London. My role involves working with an instructional designer to design and develop blended learning solutions for both lawyers and business services. I have been incorporating gamification into some modules to create an improved learning experience.
Before Linklaters, I was an eLearning designer for New Zealand’s national airline, Air New Zealand. For three years, my main task was to design and develop regulatory compliant training modules for clients within Air New Zealand. I was also involved in many graphic design projects such as branding graduation events, and designing posters and presentations.
Other graphic design roles I have had include:
Designer for Service IQ. This role was print focused and required a strong eye for detail.
Three-month Design Internship at Xero (online accounting software company) as an interactive designer. I developed many skills, including strategic thinking, concept development and user experience design.
Adobe Creative Suite- Advanced skills with Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign. Can edit images, draw illustrations and design layouts.
Articulate Storyline 2 – Advanced skills with layers, triggers, variables, branching… pretty much everything.
Crossknowledge Mohive – authoring tool.
Microsoft Suite – Advanced skills in Word and Power Point.
Graphic Design- Branding, Typography, Interaction Design.