© 2021 TJ Hemingway
Video examples for each location are available upon request.
Target Marketing This course was designed for dealers and sales reps to help them identify their target market. We created an imaginary community and, using a dealer as a tour guide, visited various locations within the community, The goal was to provide information and things-to-consider when marketing and advertising. Locations included City Hall (History), Honeycomb Bakery (Business Development), the local University (Inbound and Outbound), Chamber of Commerce (Community Development). My role: I designed all graphics elemetns and integrated graphics into GoAnimate! (characters were from GoAnimate!) Copywriting (team). Assets: GoAnimate!, Lectora, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
I have 10 years' experience in eLearning Design & Development, using a variety of tools. A few examples are provided below. Additional courses include but aren’t limited to: Measuring Basics, How to Use Pinterest for Business,
Product Basics, Installation Basics, Social Media Marketing, Software-specific training. OSHA training, Criminal Justice, Advertising, and Psychology courses. My work has largely been proprietary in nature and cannot be made public. Please contact me for details.
Materials Ordering Process Reset This training was designed to provide a detailed process flow for all teams involved in the materials management process. This is a completely new business process and this course was created to provide consistency between the groups. This course is linear. My role: Meet with SME to define the process and identify key areas of confusion. Develop content, resource documents, graphics and video assets to support training objectives. Assets: Articulate 360, Camtasia, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign
Branching Scenario This course was designed as a real-world example for dealers, showcasing how best to find the best solutions for their customers. This course had our imaginary customer selecting shade for three different rooms. Each room offered three shade options, along with three operating system options. The idea was to determine a "good", "better", "best" option for each room, based on what clues the customer had provided. My role: Write script and create storyboard. Meet with SME to determine benefits of each shade type and operation option. A CAD expert was hired to create the graphics. Actors were hired to record all responses.
Storyboards An example of a storyboard I created for a course.
© 2021 TJ Hemingway
I have 10 years' experience in eLearning Design & Development, using a variety of tools. A few examples are provided below. Additional courses include but aren’t limited to: Measuring Basics, How to Use Pinterest for Business, Product Basics, Installation Basics, Social Media Marketing, Software-specific training. OSHA training, Criminal Justice, Advertising, and Psychology courses. My work has largely been proprietary in nature and cannot be made public. Please contact me for details.
Target Marketing This course was designed for dealers and sales reps to help them identify their target market. We created an imaginary community and, using a dealer as a tour guide, visited various locations within the community, The goal was to provide information and things-to-consider when marketing and advertising. Locations included City Hall (History), Honeycomb Bakery (Business Development), the local University (Inbound and Outbound), Chamber of Commerce (Community Development). My role: I designed all graphics elemetns and integrated graphics into GoAnimate! (characters were from GoAnimate!) Copywriting (team). Assets: GoAnimate!, Lectora, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
Materials Ordering Process Reset This training was designed to provide a detailed process flow for all teams involved in the materials management process. This is a completely new business process and this course was created to provide consistency between the groups. This course is linear. My role: Meet with SME to define the process and identify key areas of confusion. Develop content, resource documents, graphics and video assets to support training objectives. Assets: Articulate 360, Camtasia, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign
Branching Scenario This course was designed as a real-world example for dealers, showcasing how best to find the best solutions for their customers. This course had our imaginary customer selecting shade for three different rooms. Each room offered three shade options, along with three operating system options. The idea was to determine a "good", "better", "best" option for each room, based on what clues the customer had provided. My role: Write script and create storyboard. Meet with SME to determine benefits of each shade type and operation option. A CAD expert was hired to create the graphics. Actors were hired to record all responses.
Storyboards An example of a storyboard I created for a course.
Video examples for each location are available upon request.