I'm Joel Reed, a Digital Developer with over eight years of commercial experience delivering functional and responsive websites, animations, illustrations, marketing collateral, user interface solutions and video materials, primarily within the Higher Education sector. I have been working for the University of Nottingham as part of the AgriFood Training Partnership (AFTP) since March 2012.
I graduated from the University of Wolverhampton Art & Design school in September 2010 with First Class Honours in (BA) Interactive Media.
I’m always open to exciting new job opportunities, with my Curriculum Vitae available on request. Please get in touch, it would be great to hear from you.
Web Design & Development
Adobe Creative Suite
University of Nottingham
Digital & e-Learning Developer, AFTP
Mar 2012 - Present
I’m currently working on the BBSRC funded AgriFood Training Partnership (AFTP) project, a consortium of six leading UK based universities offering high-level online training courses, underpinned by cutting-edge scientific research, for people employed within the agrifood sector in the UK and overseas. My role primarily involves supporting academic staff from all six AFTP delivery partner institutions to produce online distance and blended learning courses and assessment materials. My other day-to-day responsibilities include maintaining the AFTP website (Drupal 7 CMS) and associated CRM system, in addition to producing print and digital marketing collateral.
Harper Adams University
Media & e-Learning Content Developer
Sep 2010 - Feb 2012
Working as part of a creative media development team on the HEFCE funded University Modernisation Fund (UMF) project, I delivered interactive online course enhancement throughout the institution working alongside academic staff to design and produce e-Learning materials for undergraduate students. These materials included websites, digital tutorials, animations, instructional videos and podcasts which were used internally as part of a blended learning teaching strategy and released externally as OER (Open Educational Resources).
University of Wolverhampton
(BA) Interactive Media
First Class Honours
Sep 2007 - Sep 2010
The University of Wolverhampton's (Bachelor of Arts) Interactive Media degree course was one of the first of its kind to be established in the United Kingdom. During three years of practical study, I had the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in interface and interaction design, image composition, web and e-learning design and development, digital sound editing, streaming media, video production and critical and creative thinking.