I am a design thinker who likes to take non-linear approaches when designing instructional materials. I embrace graphic design principles, apply instructional design theories, and take UX approaches when creating dynamic and visually stimulating learning solutions.
I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Learning Design and Technology from Wayne State University and I am currently pursuing my Master’s degree in the same field.
As an instructional designer, my philosophy is centered around creating learning experiences that prioritize the learner’s needs and interests. I believe that effective instructional design must be evidence-based and engaging to ensure that learners can actively engage with and retain the information being presented. To achieve this, I prioritize designing content that is user-centered, with clean and modern design aesthetics that make it visually appealing and easy to navigate.
I understand that each learner has unique needs and preferences, and therefore, I always strive to create customized learning experiences that are tailored to their specific needs. I use research and data to inform my instructional design decisions, ensuring that the content I create is based on proven strategies that are effective in promoting learning and retention.
Ultimately, my goal is to create instructional designs that are both impactful and enjoyable, making the learning experience not just informative, but also enjoyable for the learner. By focusing on the learner and using evidence-based practices, I believe that I can create learning experiences that make a difference and help learners achieve their goals.