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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, […]
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 […]
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.
Critical notice regarding Adobe Flash Since Adobe no longer supports Flash Player, Adobe strongly recommends all users immediately uninstall Flash Player to help protect their systems. Please note the University of Edinburgh is actively working with our NHS Scotland and NHS England South partners to develop a new post-Flash version of this e-learning resource. You […]
Adobe first announced in July 2017 their intention to stop updating Flash player at the end of 2020. There are still quite a number of e-learning websites which use Flash for interactive content such as animations, quizzes and games. These will stop working for most people from January 2021 when Adobe will start blocking Flash […]
Following on from a post earlier this year, I wanted to revisit the video game Animal Crossing and import University artworks I had recently discovered whilst working on a brand-new digital exhibition. Carlyle Circle digital exhibition The Carlyle Circle was formed in 1990 to bring together and thank everyone who pledges to leave a legacy to the […]
Part 2 of my Vlog entries on recent animation commissions. I recently finished a series of animations for schools with the Centre for Inflammatory Research. I used a relatively new piece of software from Adobe and collaborated with the client to deliver a series of characters that mimic my movements but are lip-synched by the […]
This vlog entry is split into two parts (because it goes on for so long!). I had inteded to cover two projects in one video but I’ve had to plit themin two. This part documents the creative process for the Online Learning Marketing team’s Myth Busting animation series and how they were created with the […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Jackie Aim reflects on using H5P in large-scale e-learning projects and explores their latest content type ‘Interactive Book’.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Within the last month the vision in my right eye has significantly diminished. This personal blog post details what the impact has been on my daily life and how recent web accessibility work has helped me cope a little better. …