Users take on the role of a new Mystery Shopper to find out what secret shopping is all about. Users will learn everything from what to expect when on a shop to self-employment tips before trying out a fully interactive shop simulation on their own. This is the first course in a series developed for the Mystery Shopping Providers Association designed to provide higher quality data to retail companies looking to improve their service.
This is a promotional animation for a series of courses developed for the Mystery Shopping Providers Association designed to provide higher quality data to retail companies looking to improve their service.
A mobile app targeted for preschool aged children. Developed using Flash and deployed to multiple platforms.
"Join the Robots on their exciting picnic adventure in the park where you will count bugs, pop color bubbles, identify shapes and more! Have fun and learn while you pack your basket along the way to feed the Robots during Picnic Time!"
Texas Health Resources needed a way to teach their entire staff about the importance of information security. The course covers recognizing and avoiding common scams, the importance of passwords, and the seriousness of information confidentiality: business information, employee information, and patient information.
Worked with New Flyer and the Chicago Transit Authority to provide a memorable overview about infectious blood borne diseases workers may come into contact with. Based on OSHA requirements, we tell the story of a worker who is accidentally exposed to HIV while on the job and the steps that could have been taken to avoid it.
This project started to help learn advanced programming techniques, practice development efficiencies of complex procedures and simulations, as well as hone skills in online marketing and mobile development. It currently attracts around 320,000 visitors per month with an average stay length of 11.5 minutes, and well over 1,400,000 pageviews per month and growing.
David Busch.. Bushwa.. eh.. not only has an aggressive beard that a lumberjack would be envious of, but he’s also fluent in interactive development, instructional design, mobile development, and really annoying email alert sound FX. When he’s not consuming craft beer, growing facial hair, or making buttons, he’s the go-to guy when it comes to discovering local events and restaurants.
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) - Front End Web Developer - Aug 2014 - Present
Clearly Trained - Interactive Developer - Jan 2011 - July 2014
Northrop Grumman - Sr Multimedia Developer / Instructional Designer - Sept 2003 - Nov 2010
Sullivan College of Tech & Design - Adjunct Instructor - Oct 2002 - Mar 2008
Alion Science & Technology - Multimedia Developer - Oct 2002 - Apr 2003
Black & White Design - Multimedia Developer - Dec 2000 - Jul 2002