Everyone learns in different ways
As a designer, I create learning experiences by asking questions and looking at the big picture to see how I can develop more effective instructional strategies.
Assess & Analyze
Learning is a process
My work emphasizes creative problem solving, evidence-based data analysis, and compelling deliverables.
In both research and development, I practice backwards design and explore how pedagogical approaches can shift, change, and and adapt to create more accessible learning activities.
Design is thinking made visual
Visual communication drives engagement. Good design is intentional, clear, balanced, affective, and productive.
Consider the needs of your audience and build a product that illustrates your knowledge.
Drag and drop selections
Arrow Undo Button
Create to Connect
Visual communication is intentional
Every aspect of design should serve a purpose. Every graphic, button, drag, drop, or click. Establish consistent themes.
Guide learners through clear cues, concise text, balanced colors, and stylized repetition.
Produce with Purpose
Consider chunks, patterns, and hierarchies
Organize information so that learners can build and transfer knowledge. Simplify visuals and develop a responsive flow. Create a consistent system where learners can thrive.
Define the Architecture
Cue the user
Limit the frame
Curate the Cognitive Load
Create an engaging learning experience, but avoid overstimulation. Build in feedback loops to evaluate activities and assess interaction. Learning engagement is good arrangement.
Build & Balance
Evaluate the learning environment
No one learns in a vacuum. Understand the learning ecology and larger systems at work.
Integrate visuals that reinforce branding and recognition. Create sensory connections to improve memory.
Design, Develop, and Deliver
Designs should affect learners, influence progress, and achieve results.
Effective design drives growth - in both learners and business.
Blend Learning & Business