Category: Interactive Content

Somebody sitting at a table using their laptop (“apply now” visible on screen). Small dog on an adjacent chair looks on.

We have an exciting opportunity for an agile web developer to work with our development and interactive content design teams. You will support the creation, management and maintenance of bespoke websites whilst contributing to the development of the new university-wide Website Publishing Platform. Salary: £28,756 – £33,309 per annum Department: Learning, Teaching & Web in […]

4 Apple iPad Pros with the new H5P content types displayed, including a crossword.

Reading Time: 2 minutes H5P have recently brought out three new content types: Crossword Image Choice Sort the Paragraphs and of course I couldn’t wait to have a play. Crossword The Crossword type is great fun and easy to create, the hardest par…

Transparent lamb minifigure sitting at a computer desk.

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes Making our online content accessible to a broad audience is something a lot of us strive to achieve. But how many of us consider who created the content we consume daily and what their publishing journey was?

LogMAR chart after floaters. Several thin and blurry black threads obscuring the chart. Stewart’s Animoji avatar is sitting behind a MacBook.

How I’ve been using the accessibility features on my Apple devices to adapt to further changes in my vision.

Confidence intervals - scientist with thought bubble and chocolate chip biscuit

July 2020, I had just finished a large-scale migration project so it was good to have different projects to work on, and this was the one I was looking forward to the most. Normally meeting a client for the first time would be face to face but due to current circumstances this wasn’t possible. So, […]

7 virtual patients grouped together, all different ages, ethnicities and sex.

First launched in 2011, this popular Scottish Government funded e-learning resource was refreshed and relaunched on 9th June 2021, coinciding with national changes to foot screening services across Scotland. ‘National Diabetes Foot Co-ordinator’ Duncan Stang kindly provides a short overview of this collaborative project with the University of Edinburgh and the measurable impact it has […]

Featured image of 20mph logo and Edinburgh City skyline backdrop

Hello again! In this month’s post, I thought I’d detail a recently completed project for SCPHRP – a two part short film focussed on the 20mph project, funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and the Wellcome Trust. The project is part of the largest and most comprehensive study to date into the […]

We can confirm our launch date for the ‘Diabetes Foot Screening’ e-learning resource is now 9th June 2021. This HTML5 compliant (no Adobe Flash) website will allow NHS Scotland and NHS England health care professionals (HCP) to complete their essential training and certification.

Reading Time: 3 minutes Welcome back. It finally feels like summer, and I hope you enjoyed the lovely weather this past weekend as much as I did. In this post, I share some reflections on the two workshops we held last week as well as some of the drawings they resulted in. It was my first time facilitating a […]

Charteris land mural

Reading Time: 2 minutes Welcome back to some exciting news. As always, I hope you are well, getting on with exams and assignments or getting on with work, while also taking care of yourselves. Wherever you are and however you are feeling today, thank you for tuning in on another blog post about the We Have Great Stuff – […]

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