Meaningful interactions are created from mindful design.
Design with the user in mind.

Pamela has held positions in Higher Education as an Instructional Designer and in corporate climates as an eLearning Developer. She is open to careers in Instructional Design, Learning Experience Design and eLearning Development.


Skills


  • Instructional Design
  • eLearning Development
  • Learning Experience Design
  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Asynchronous Learning
  • Multimedia Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Video & Audio Editing
  • Client Relations

Tools


  • Storyline & Rise 360
  • Camtasia
  • Illustrator
  • PhotoShop
  • Premiere Pro
  • Audition
  • After Effects
  • InDesign
  • Acrobat DC

Education


Appalachian State University
MA – Educational Media: Online Learning
Focused on Instructional Design principles and theories. Emphasis on user analysis, multimedia design and learner engagement.

Savannah College of Art and Design
BFA – Computer Art: Motion Graphics
Focused on design foundations, principles, and techniques. Emphasis on creating entertaining motion graphics.


Work Experience


Senior eLearning Developer:

Capitol Technology University

06/2019 – Present

Assist subject matter experts and instructors with online course development that aligns with university standards for excellence in online learning. This includes integrating interactive micro-learning elements and conducting quality assessments.

Notable Projects: Implementation of Articulate’s Master Slides, Themes, and Team Slides into eLearning processes and procedures.


eLearning Developer:

Siemens Energy

10/2018 – 10/2019

Collaborate with subject matter experts and other Siemens Energy training team members to determine eLearning content needs, establish project timelines and deliverables, and manage all phases of content development from initiation to final deployment.

Notable Projects: Initiated measurable micro-learning that incorporated self-produced videos that portray real situations and seamlessly predictable interactivity to keep learners engaged.


More to come…