I’m Belinda (WanQi) Jin. I am a self-directed graphic/web designer with strong interests in creative, digital illustrations and human-centered design.
I recently graduated from Simon Fraser University Education Master Program, specialization in Educational Technology and Learning Design. I grew up in China and spent few years in Communication Media study at SFU before studying Educational Technology Program. Studies in both Communications and Education program have trained me well to work in both small and large teams collaboratively and be confident in multitasks. I strongly believe that good design happens when it is designed with user’s experience in mind while conveying a relatable story through a simple design approach. I look forward and excited to use my design knowledge and ability to create new experiences in the educational field. My favorite quote is “what you like becomes what you are good at”.
My interests are to find a company that I can work with long-term and make great things out of the skills that I’ve practiced at the University. I enjoy working with a team to develop and improve myself. Explore some of the projects that I have had the pleasure of taking part in my academic studies at Simon Fraser University.
What I can offer:
Content Interests: Instructional Design, e-Learning (MOOCs), Online Learning, Early Childhood Education, and Adult Learning
Design Interests: Educational Technology Design, Instructional Design, Curriculum Development
Strongest skills and experiences: A year of studying educational technology and learning theories; in addition, developing projects and prototypes. Experience doing research and writing work. 2+ years of work as an early childhood educator.
Content Interests: User Experiences and User Interfaces
Design Interests: Graphic/ Web Design
Some skills and experiences with Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere, AfterEffects, Acrobat XI, Prezi, WordPress, Sketch, HTML/CSS.
You can also check out my other projects at my online portfolio to see more: www.belindajin.com.