A multi-skilled, driven and flexible eLearning developer and web and graphic designer with a proven record of delivering creative and innovative design solutions.

A proven ability of developing projects from inception through production to final delivery, ensuring that all work is effective, appropriate and delivered within agreed timescales.

Able to work as part of a team with instructional designers, project managers, printers, SMEs, other designers, web developers and marketing specialists. Now looking for a e-learning, online and print design projects…


• E-learning Design

I design custom learning tailored to your specific needs, goals and audience. My designs are interactive and multimedia-based. Here is a list of elements I use to bring the instruction to life:

    • decision-making scenarios
    • storytelling
    • interactive video
    • audio narration and conversations
    • context-driven activities
    • demonstrations
    • simulations
    • assignments, quizzes, exams
    • build interactive learning solutions for LMS platforms – Moodle, TalentLMS, eFront, TotaraLMS, LearnDash, MatrixLMS, iLearn and more..
    • convert your paper content or slides to interactive formats
    • convert your in-class courses to interactive or blended formats
    • develop learning objects and templates to facilitate in-house course creation
    • I use many different authoring tools to get the job done including Articulate Storyline, Articulate Studio, Adobe Captivate and many others depending on your needs and preferences.

Please contact me for my latest e-learning portfolio.


• Graphic Design:

– Corporate identity
– Logos
– Brochures
– Adverts
– Billboards
– Business cards
– Posters
– E-Books and more….

• Web Design

– HTML, CSS, PHP, CMS – WordPress
– Focus on usability, navigation and design
– SEO and semantic code hand-writing
– Information architecture and more…




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