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A Day in the Life of an Instructional Designer and Information Architect

Posted By: eCom Scotland

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At eCom, I design specifications to multimedia designers, gaining insight into massively varying client content and communicating subjects in a visually informative way.

I started off creatively at Duncan of Jordanstone College of art and design, as a product designer specialising in the relationship of People, Design and Technology. Identifying where and when together, these factors can be implemented and explored in today’s societies and scenarios.

Further to my design degree I undertook additional work with the University of Dundee in market studies. Looking at where design meets the market specifically and in being enterprising with creative projects and forecasted ventures. Here I found a passion for visualising content and information to its best effect.

Two things I took from the above: The desire to apply the design process to my everyday professional and personal life, and the benefits of consistent application of visual communication. Mapping out ideas and communicating them to truly aid business, people and all such varying scenarios.

“I like storytelling design, the thought provoking and the informative to look at”.

Before eCom, I found myself in various positions such as: lighting design and manufacture, project branding work, design conferences and cross industry collaborative events. The result being that from written documentation to computer aided design, market research to prototyping electronics, and communication design to collaborative business idea generation, I’ve had a go. Such a past has encouraged versatility in approach towards subject matters and the best application of it.

With eCom, I have found myself greatly privileged. With the ability to pull all of this past, passion and pedantic visual creativity together. Working in a diverse design team, collaborating on massively varying subject matter and gaining insights into the process of, as well as contributing to an expanding and exciting company.  

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