Creative Leader, Web and Interface Design for Learning
University of Sydney
Dorian specializes in design for learning and wellbeing. She currently directs online strategy for the Faculty of Education at the University of Sydney. She is also a member of CoCo (the Centre for Research on Computer Supported Learning & Cognition).
She has two forthcoming books: Interface Design for Learning (New Riders) and Positive Computing (MIT PRess). Her award-winning work in learning experience design includes corporate eLearning and user interfaces for educational technology.She has designed for Carnegie Mellon, Cambridge University, ABC, Channel 10, and BMG music and publishes articles on design in journals and trade magazines. Dorian was a founding member of the Elearning Network of Australasia (ElNet) and is a member of UXPA and SIG-CHI.
She moved to Sydney from her hometown, Los Angeles, in 2001. She started her career on a Lite-Brite in the 80s, and later got degrees in Writing, Directing and Multimedia Design from Carnegie Mellon and The University of Sydney.