Name :Simon Hagan Compnay : Aurion Learning Position : Web Designer Role : Simon has joined Aurion’s Product Development Team and will work them to develop Aurion’s online learning products including e-learning programmes, learning portals and continuing professional development (CPD) tools. Simon will be responsible for managing all aspects of the front end user experience including designing the user interface and managing the interactivity, intelligence, usability, functionality, compliance and accessibility of Aurion’s online learning products. Track record :Simon is a graduate of the University of Ulster where he was awarded a BSc (Hons) Interactive Multimedia Design with a Diploma in Industrial Studies, and a HND in Computing. Simon previously worked as a web and graphic designer for Cisero, Parker Green and Tecnico-Logix
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