Multimedia Samples

While I did not have much time to use these skills as an instructional designer, I am well versed in graphic-design principles and tools (particularly new media and web design).

DIKW Pyramid

I’m in the process of creating an e-learning module to help students understand the data-to-knowledge continuum. Right now, it is simply an infographic. However, the finished project will use animation as well as audio to explain the DIKW Pyramid. Please note: this is not intended as a standalone graphic; the animation and audio will explain the concepts and provide context.
Client: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Tools: Audacity, Camtasia, Captivate, Illustrator, Photoshop, Storyline
Versions: I created three versions of this module using different tools: Camtasia, Captivate, and Storyline

*Reality Check: Life on 8 East

I designed and created this instructional video to address some of the top concerns of teenage cancer patients. It’s part of an information packet given to recently diagnosed patients and their families through a nationwide cancer support network.
Client: Candlelighters, Inc. & Johns Hopkins Children‘s Center
Tools: Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop

*UB Banner

I designed and created this animated banner as a visual introduction to the Publications Design program’s website.  The client specified the dimensions, file size, and certain content elements (e.g., use of the ampersand logo).
Client: University of Baltimore, School of Communications Design
Tools: Flash, Illustrator, Photoshop

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