Dan Sealey is an interdisciplinary designer born in Auckland, raised in Dubai and currently living in Canberra.
Working at the intersection of experience (UX), interface (UI), visual design, front-end web and illustration since 2012.
My roots are in visual design, having worked with almost every print, digital and interactive medium you could imagine; I'm also self taught in front-end web development. As an Experience Designer, I've worked using Agile and Scrum methodologies, conducted and reported on qualitative and quantitative user research, produced interactive prototypes, ran stakeholder workshops and conducted usability tests amongst my other responsibilities. Communicating and working in alignment with business analysts, solution architects, developers, product owners and business subject matter experts is my bread and butter.
I'm well versed with the Australian Digital Service Standard, working with an emphasis on usability and accessibility. I have been working closely with the Digital Transformation Agency's Design System, WCAG, 18F, UK.GOV and Google Material Design.
Programs: Axure, inDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Lightroom, AfterEffects
Languages and CRMs: HTML5, CSS (Boostrap4), jQuery, AngularJS, PHP, Wordpress, GovCMS, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft SharePoint, SAP
Methodologies: Agile/Kanban, Scrum, Waterfall
Operating systems and peripherals: Mac OS, Windows, Wacom Intuos5
NDIS Participant Portal, CIOG Learning and Resources Centre, SkillsHub, Health Products Portal, myCASA, NDIS lexicon of terms, Lexicons of iconography
Visual design: Flight Safety Australia Magazine, ICAO Annual Safety Report, AFP ThinkUKnow Corporate Report, Close Calls Magazine, Bintani Hops advertising, Total Property print, Club Lime advertising, 4DATA infographics, With Heavy Heart festival artwork, Brand design and strategy, Artwork and layout design for bands musicians
Web design: Personal / eCommerce websites, Knowledge bases
Absolutely! I don't share my entire folio on here due to required confidentiality for ongoing government projects. Send me an email and we can tee up a chat—I can talk you through my process and share relevant examples of my work.
+614 3404 2004