July 2013 to September 2015
The Breakaway Group (TBG) was a small company that was acquired by Xerox shortly before I gained employment with them. The focus of TBG was to develop simulator-based training for hospital staff on new and/or existing Electronic Medical Records (EMR).
As a Multimedia Developer I manipulated screenshots of the EMRs and timed the activity on the screen to match narrated audio. As you can imagine, this quickly became a bit repetitive, and perhaps boring. So, I took the initiative to help work toward implementing an HTML5 player, compared to the existing Flash player we were using.
Shortly after jumping both feet in on the player, I was hand selected to work with a small team to develop a training for Xerox on the national conversion to ICD-10 from ICD-9. ICD, or International Classification of Diseases, was a large undertaking that the United States was falling behind on.
During my time at TBG, I volunteered time to work on video productions for annual events, and staff training.
- Produce web-based learning solutions in a variety of interactive formats
- Produce a high volume of error free, visually pleasing multimedia artifacts and deliverables.
- Integrate audio, video, animation, and graphic files into online multimedia courses.
- Develop branded artifacts/documents based on internal and client standards.
- Develop Flash-based graphical content for online courses.
- Communicate daily with multiple teams to clearly understand schedules, budget, status, and requirements.
- Manage multimedia artifact archives.