Day One Technologies was founded in 1997, and we’re still here because we’ve built long-term client relationships based on their success.
Here are some of our core team:
Role: eLearning Solutions Director
Bio: Elaine has had many years’ experience in the digital training world. Her background in Educational Psychology combined with a career designing and developing online learning puts her an unrivalled position to understand what really works for adult learners, and how to achieve it given the constraints of technology, budget and culture.
She began her career as a computer-based training designer/developer; progressing to Project Manager (Mentor Interactive Training), Operations Manager (GKN Westland), and since 2007 has been Director and eLearning Specialist (Day One).
Elaine has played a key hands-on role in scores of eLearning projects across many sectors including Finance, Government, NHS, Defence and Technical.
She is particularly strong at considering the user experience and in mentoring professionals both in-house and client-side in order to achieve the best outcomes in terms of project aims, budgets and timeframes.
- Master’s Degree, Educational Psychology
- Post Graduate Certificate of Education
- BA Hons Psychology
Training Needs Analysis, Instructional Design, eLearning Consultancy, Project Management, Account Management, Learning Psychology.
Role: Technical Director
Bio: Andy worked in Finance before crossing over into full blown Software Development in 2000. He has 15 years experience working on ground-breaking projects, mainly focused around the easy building of system simulation and scenario-based elearning. He became Director in 2007.
Andy joined Day One in 2002 as part of their software development team. He worked on the Genesys project – an authoring tool for system and scenario based elearning. He also dealt with the more technical aspects of the content for Lloyds TSB (Now LBG).
In 2009 Andy designed a web-based LMS to help with Lloyds-HBOS integration and a large project to help train 10,000 staff in new computer systems.
Since then, as well as supporting technical and project aspects of content development, he has worked on various projects to extend the LMS platform to support new types of content development and management, as well as the evolution of the Genesys IDE.
- MSC in Computing
- BSc in Pure Mathematics
Role: Senior Instructional Designer
Bio: David has nearly 20 years experience working in a range of roles focused on the digital world. He has a long background in both face-to-face and digital training, and has a passion for developing world-class user experiences in learning.
David has worked in a number of different industries over the years for small enterprises right through to global consumer goods companies. His core background for the past 10 years has been working in call centres, where he has developed global, award-winning training programmes.
Since joining Day One in 2018, he has worked on a wide range of projects to develop innovative and engaging elearning content, while making it flexible enough for future updates.
At the end of 2019, David was elected to the board of directors at the eLearning Network – a not-for-profit organisation that helps individuals develop their skills in the digital learning space – where he is also an eLearning Mentor for members.
Storyline, Captivate, Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, After Effects, Camtasia, HTML, CSS, UX Design, Instructional Design, Project Management, Team Management
Role: Team Leader (eLearning Projects)
Bio: Adam has been involved in many of our elearning projects during the last 7 years at Day One. A real all-rounder, he can design and author, create graphics, and process video.
Adam has been involved in many different types of elearning project for big, well-known organisations such as ghd, Lloyds Bank and TSB, as well as for smaller companies such as the Internet Society, and Datix. He began his career at Day One as an apprentice and now leads the day-to-day activities of projects for clients such as Virtual College and The Internet Society with a team of 6 people. Adam has undertaken the Instructional Design role on several projects and has a good knowledge of designing formative assessments, writing engaging case study/scenario based material, and in converting dry technical content into interactive pages.
Lectora, Storyline, Captivate, Photoshop, Illustrator, HTML, CSS, Review Cycle Management, AGILE Project Team Management
Role: Team Leader (eLearning Projects)
Bio: Jack’s strengths lie in elearning development and in project quality control and assurance. He is a stickler for project standards and in making sure his team have the correct skills and tools to produce content that is of a consistently high standard.
During his 7 years at Day One, Jack has had invaluable experience as an eLearning Developer on a range of different projects that includes system simulations, scenario-based exercises, assessments and translations. For several years, he has led our support activity and help desk. More recently, Jack has had the role of Team Leader at Day One in our eLearning Development team.
Lectora, Storyline, Simulation Authoring, Quality Control, Team Management, HTML, CSS