Hello! I want to be a generalist designer or a UI designer.
I feel like I can be an asset to any design team as I am on track to get a first on my design degree. I also have a background in programming. I have experience in Unity, and I am proficient with Adobe Illustrator.
I was heavily involved in the design of educational children’s games in my previous studio employment (2+ years). Some of my responsibilities involved conceptualizing games, as well as giving input in other games, creating UI (as well as prototypes and workflows), art/animation assets, game narrative, as well as overseeing a small team of junior/placements.
I designed my Beta Arcade game, which included combat system (including two unique skill trees with active and passive abilities), experience progression (including weapons/armour and enemies), boss fights with different stages, user interface, level design, between other things.
Computer Games Design – Teesside University (A’s in Games Narrative and Beta Arcade)
Computer Game Technology – University of the West of Scotland (A’s in Maths, Physics, Intro to Programming, Intro to Game Development, Computer Games Design, etc.)
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Animate, Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio Paint, Blender, Unity, GitHub, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Google Sheets, Google Docs.
Features/Mechanics, Documentation, UI/UX, 2D Art/Animation, Unity Development, Level Design, Research, Narrative/Dialogue, Concept Art, Character Design, 3D Modelling/Animation.
Team player, Confident, Responsible, Hard working, Adaptable, Organised Problem Solver, Creative Independent, Leadership, Willingness to learn.
Employment, Work Experience & Volunteering
Emile Education from intern to Lead Game Designer. I worked with developers to design dozens of games, working them to construct narrative and design scenarios. My work involved producing art for existing projects as well as creating new looks, feels and hooks for new games.
University of the West of Scotland as a Student Ambassador, Guide and Buddy. I dealt with student inquiries, help with events, I also did photoshoots and videos for promotional materials, issued student cards, and I helped new students adapt to their new lives at the university.
Scottish Institute of Enterprise as a volunteer. I helped organising workshops within the University of West of Scotland’s campus.
My hobbies include doing digital art and sculpting.
I like challenging myself by doing game jams with random people or friends, I am also part of Woman Making Games group in the northeast.
I enjoy reading books and mangas, playing video games (mostly point and click adventures, management, strategy, survival, and simulation games), and playing D&D with friends (I have also set up a session and ran it as a dungeon master).