Wacom Tablet

Creating Art Using Wacom 21UX

art

 

While I was the Lead Instructional Designer at ATLT Games, I created some in-game graphics for our lessons, assessments, and instructional videos. The icons you see are used in the learning tablet in the 3D game, Pi & The Lost Function. These graphics were created in Adobe Photoshop using a Wacom 21 UX writing tablet. All graphics above were created by Lauren Franza for use in Pi & The Lost Function, the educational math game.

Training Students on Player Control

spacebar 0bfasttravel 1b

 

As the Lead Instructional Designer at ATLT Games, I was responsible for tasks involving the design, development, and implementation of educational content and also the instructional components of game play, like player tutorials.

I created the educational videos that show the student how to use the in-game learning tablet and created the tutorial stills as well that dictate character movement throughout the levels.

Here are some examples of tutorial stills that I created for Pi & The Lost Function.

Creating Math Graphics Using Wacom 21UX

mathimages

Link: Math Graphics Created by Lauren Franza

 

While I was the Lead Instructional Designer at ATLT Games, I created some math graphics for our lessons, assessments, and instructional videos. These were created in Adobe Photoshop using a Wacom 21 UX writing tablet. All graphics above were created by Lauren Franza for use in Pi & The Lost Function, the educational math game.

Creating Annual Reports with Photoshop

image

Link: Junior Achievement Annual Report 2010-2011

 

When I was the Education Director for Junior Achievement of Greater Hampton Roads, I created the Annual Report each year to notify volunteers, Board of Directors, and sponsors of the events, annual budget, and student activities that were held during the fiscal year.

In this report, I presented all information using Adobe Photoshop and a Wacom 21UX writing tablet. The .psd files were then compiled together in Adobe Bridge.