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When Pandas Attack Website Design
Salad Box Website Design
Creative StrategistFeb 2013 - Feb 2014 (1 year)
My role was to lead a small team of designers, copywriters and coders to build websites and online products. My responsibilities included articulating the strategic approach and and aesthetic execution for each project. This involved excellent storytelling, communications skills. Being able to bring an idea to life on a whiteboard or presentation. Being able to think big and apply that to the wide range of opportunities – from individual campaign ideas to building brilliant strategies across multiple verticals.
BSc Open2010 - 2013 (3 years)
BSc Psychology2007 - 2010 (3 years)
Foundation in PPS (Philosophy, Psychology and Computer Science)2006 - 2007 (1 year)
Design for Engagement (2014)Weinschenk Institute
I learn about how to design for people, how they think, decide, remember, and what motivates them. What to do so that people are more likely to take the action you want them to take – use your product, register at your website, make a purchase, and so on.
ClickMinded Search Engine Optimization Qualification (2014)ClickMinded
ClickMinded is a search engine optimization course that teaches web designers how to structure websites so that they bring more traffic and customers to a website.
Human-Computer Interaction Design (2012)University of California, San Diego
This course taught me how to build user-centered websites. I learnt about the principles and methods to create excellent interfaces with any technology. Module 1: Introduction Module 2: Needfinding Module 3: Rapid Prototyping Module 4: Heuristic Evaluation Module 5: Direct Manipulation and Representations Module 6: Visual Design and Information Design Module 7: Designing experiments
2014 Entrepreneur’s Guide to Asia
The ultimate guide to starting a business in Asia. Each question is answered for each of the 16 countries in alphabetical order: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. The systematic way it was organized makes it incredibly easy to use when comparing opportunities in different countries, side-by-side. So pick a topic of interest, then read each country’s approach. Available on Amazon
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