gwen dapper portfolio


Development is by far my favorite piece of the instructional design process. It allows me to let my creative juices flow, and put those ideas into motion.

In this section, I have four pieces. The first is a web-based job aid that I created for EDIT 271. It shows the learner how to use a podcast creation tool, based upon what the tool looks like, and how it actually works.

In addition, I have placed three pieces that are themed around a singular subject, destination Modern Art. For my EDIT 273 projects, I wanted to think about the process for a singular company, with a singular ending. By presenting a concept this way, I was able to show that a consistent look and feel still allows for creativity. All three pieces are print pieces, in different formats. One is a flyer, one is a job aide that sits on a desk, and the final is a tri-fold mailer.

Audacity Job Aide

imageIn 1995, I created my first webpage.  I wrote my own HTML, I’m not even sure I had an image at that point.  It was just text.  I remember when I added my first image, and my first site design.  It was a frames based page, with different font faces as the navigation.  As far as design goes, it was, well lets just say, not pretty.

EDIT 271 gave me the opportunity to do something I really enjoy, designing webpages.  One of the projects that I found most rewarding was creating a job aide for using Audacity.  I had completed my EDIT 226 project that discussed creating podcasts, and thought a nice addition to that project would be a job aide for the software program I recommended using.

The design of this webpage was based upon the actual Audacity software.  For the index page, I used roll-overs to simulate the button effect of the software.  For the following pages, I used screen shots for showing the dropdown menus. 

Audacity Job Aide developed for EDIT 228


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