Date: Fall 2015 Client: Boise State University English Department Tools used: HTML5 CSS3 Microsoft Visual Studios Adobe Acrobat Adobe Captivate YouTube Technical Communication Portfolio Help is a website that I created to showcase a set of instructions for students working on their academic portfolios. I developed and conducted usability testing on the instructions, scripted and produced the … Continue reading Instructional Set Website
Date: Spring 2016 I completed a case study as part of English 521, On-Screen Document Production (Trends in Technical Communication). The topic assigned for the case study was the document production cycle of a current trend in technical communication. Social media is both an important interest of mine, as well as a current technical communication trend. … Continue reading Case Study Report: How Companies Use LinkedIn
Date: Fall 2016 Client: Boise State University English Department The purpose of this document is to inform and guide faculty and university employees in helping students with mental health conditions within the context of accessibility. Universities across the country and required to make reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. However, many organizations are undereducated and … Continue reading Informational Document: Accessibility, and Helping Students…
Date: Fall 2016 I created these promotional “postcard” designs to promote World Usability Day (WUD) at Boise State University, an event that myself and several classmates organized in November 2016. These postcards served a dual purpose as they were also created to fulfill an assignment in English 516, Print Document Production.
Date: Spring 2016 This infographic provides an overview of the former tip-out process at Flying Pie Pizzaria, where I worked for five years. This infographic was an assignment for English 521, Trends in Technical Communication. I used Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat to create this infographic.
Date: Fall 2016 I created this brochure using a Microsoft Publisher, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat. It was completed as part of an assignment for English 516, Print Document Production. I chose to create a piece that would inform and persuade potential students who are interested in the technical communication program at Boise State University. … Continue reading Brochure: Looking for possibilities?
Date: Fall 2016 Tools used: MIT App Inventor 2 GradReadKeeper is the culmination of my work in Edtech 534, Mobile App Development. In this class, I created nine mobile applications using MIT App Inventor 2 (AI2) and the AI2 tutorials/textbook. The final project was a full application of my own design. For my final app, … Continue reading Mobile App: GradReadKeeper
Date: Spring 2016 Tools used: MIT App Inventor 2 Quixotic Keeper, an impractical library, was my first full app and was created as part of an assignment for English 521, Trends in Technical Communication. I created this app using MIT App Inventor 2 (AI2). The app functions as a simple list, intended for keeping track … Continue reading Mobile App: QuixoticKeeper
Date: Fall 2016 This infographic was created for English 516, Print Document Production. I used Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat. Updated Spring 2017 for my final portfolio as part of the MATC program.
Date: Spring 2016 These two infographic resumes were created for English 521, Trends in Technical Communication. I used Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Publisher, and Adobe Acrobat to create these infographics.