High School For Bungendore

HSFB

During 2014 I was involved as a Committee Member and Website Administrator for the High School For Bungendore initiative.

I initiated the use of the website to share publicly the workings of the Committee, to provide access to regular news updates on the progress of the initiative and also to connect people from other areas of Australia and indeed the world to this initiative.

I completed all graphic design work for the site and print based publications that were generated as a result of the website's inception.

The website also featured stories from families who were seeking to connect with this initiative from a local and grassroots level.

Legacy website was originally located at http://www.highschoolforbungendore.com

CAUL

Through the months of June, July, August 2014 I spent time with the CAUL team advising, testing and implementing the CAUL Twitter social media platform connection.

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Thors Hammer

In late 2013 I was approached by Sunshine Blackall, Graphic Designer in Melbourne to assist her with the wireframing for the Thor's Hammer website. I wrote a series of custom CSS scripts to accommodate the needs of the Client and together wSunshine and I worked on the layput of the site to best accommodate the many chamges required to take an existing web presence into a dynamic web 2.0 interface. The website is hosted on a SQSP6 install.

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David Gregson

I had the honour and privilege of spending my Arts Honours year almost exclusively with my Father-in-law, David Gregson at his studio in Kellerberrin, Western Australia. During this time I directed a short biographical assay of David's life (40 hours of high definition video) which was turned into a documentary in 2010.

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Bungendore Village Centre

Bungendore Village Centre

In consultation with project key stakeholders I was employed to scope, design and produce a contemporary print and online media trademark & collateral portfolio for the Hemmings Property Group. This portfolio of graphic design  included the motif, logo, stationery, social media and web development for the Bungendore Village Centre initiative.

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IEEE ISTAS13 Symposium

Provide project management services as consultant to scope and implement website development, manage a team of international contributors including content creation, social media integration, select appropriate host services, web design and content migration. This project involved substantial consultation with key stakeholders and served as the principal website for the IEEE ISTAS13 event in Toronto, Canada. Integrations also with Squarespace, WorkETC, gApps, Twitter and Flickr.

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All Australian Training

Provided broad ranging consultation from business needs analysis through to information management and data management. Setup Google Apps for the organisation, established a Squarespace website, integrated WorkETC with a business workflow and also designed and implemented an organisation workflow.

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Moody Wines

I met with Tom Moody in May 2011 after he contacted me regarding an upgrade to his web presence, social media connections and overall data management. I provided a Business Needs Analysis consultation over three hours and then we embarked on a discovery tour as to the many and varied ways he could engage with his clients online and through connections and visits to his winery. The website was built with Wordpress and SEO connected as a paid service.

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EDUPOV

EDUPOV was an initiative that I created in April 2008 whilst in discussion with Geoff Lubich who at the time was a automotive mechanic trainer at the Plibara College in Western Australia. We took this through a full startup company iteration between April 2009 - April 2011 where things became obvious that a platform and service that provided secure and private video sharing for assessment purposes was required to match POV video equipment and activities.

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TVET Reform - University of Newcastle

In July 2010 I was contacted by Donna Hensley who was charged with managing the Australia Africa Foundation  program (AAF) , conducted by the Australian Government seeking to provide African managers and practitioners with access to Australian-standard educational, training or professional development opportunities which better equip them to develop and apply sound policy and practice in their field of expertise. At the same time, the AAF Program offered Australian organisations, in priority sectors, the opportunity to deepen and broaden their links with leaders and professionals in eligible countries.

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