Tim Jackson
Researcher / Designer / Developer

My story

Starting out as a freelance web developer in Sydney Australia, I quickly fell in love with online systems and the potential of technology. Building on my technical skills, I moved into the design and client side of operations. It was working as a Web Consultant that I was exposed to new and exciting projects, in a variety of industries.

Always wanting to learn more, I went back university. This time in the beautiful Alps of Austria at the University of Innsbruck. Here I expanded my studies of information systems. It was also here I took a course in knowledge management where I found the perfect area to unify my passion of complex systems and the human element.

The study of knowledge management systems provides me with the opportunity to bring together my previous experience in web development, user interface design, consultancy and research into new and exciting territories.

Now I look to the future, to build my own network and resources to further my research and impact in the field of knowledge management.
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Projects

Knowledge Capable
Consultancy Blog
Designed, programmed and consulted for a new initiative for the Sydney CBD council. This project involved the distribution of information to the public about late night events, transport options and safety announcements through the use of technology. www.KnowledgeCapable.com
Late Night Economy Project
Public Safety Initative
Designed, programmed and consulted for a new initiative for the Sydney CBD council. This project involved the distribution of information to the public about late night events, transport options and safety announcements through the use of technology.
Genesis
Fashion Expo
Created and managed all technology requirements for a major 3 day fashion event attended by over 5000 people. This included designing, programming and managing the website, all online registrations, advertising campaigns
UNICEF Child Outreach
Design and Development
Designed and consulted for a UNICEF project aimed at increasing awareness about the effects on children in adverse areas. The primary focus was on information distribution and fundraising options through technological mediums, including applications and websites.

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