If you’ve ever thought about having your own online course, then you’ll definitely want to listen to this week’s interview with Janelle Allen! She’s a learning designer with a background in education, and her company Zen Courses helps people create online curricula using a process and a system that’s structured for success.
Janelle starts off talking about how she got into learning design, and we take a look at the current environment of online learning and discuss the pros and cons. Janelle also shares where her passion for education comes from, and she goes a little bit into her passion for deejaying! Janelle can teach you the ABCs and then make you dance on the 1s and 2s! Dope! Get into this week’s interview!
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What a great month of interviews! I’m ending November with the amazing De Angela Duff.
I heard about De Angela through Rashida White, and her bio truly speaks for itself. She’s designed websites for some of the biggest music artists in the 90s, like Alicia Keys, David Bowie, and Britney Spears. De Angela currently serves as the Co-Director of Integrated Digital Media at NYU, working on next-level technologies like augmented reality and brainwaves. Did I mention she’s a diehard Prince fan too? Afrofuturistic!
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“Despite your background, if you are a solution-oriented type of person, you will succeed.” When Rashida White shared that with me before we started recording, I knew it was going to be a great interview.
Rashida talked about her residency at General Assembly, her love for user experience (and why it’s important), and even talked about DJing and music. Even better — we talked about vegan ice cream!
Rashida’s enthusiasm about her work is inspiring, so I hope you get a lot out of this interview!
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