Taking place over the course of three months, a forty-person company replete with four departments and five feature teams created a digital solution to the problem of internal communication and learning within the MDM program.

The result was ENSŌ — a communication and educational platform designed for students, faculty and industry partners involved with work and study at the Centre for Digital Media.

As feature lead of the Dialogue Engine component of ENSŌ, I managed a team of seven in designing and implementing the communication functionality present in the final product. My tasks included user experience design, sprint management, digital prototyping of wireframes, and liaising with the product management team.

I also had a critical role in the marketing and product vision, producing the product name and associated documentation that could accurately situate the product against the problem our group had set out to solve.