Hi! I’m Alice Horton. I’m a video editor and general digital handyperson based in Dundee, Scotland. I graduated Digital Interaction Design at the University of Dundee in July 2018. I’ve created things ranging from smart-rings to IR pain meters, Deaf Awareness kits to Motorsport Safety equipment. I have a variety of skills across the entire design process. Research, Ideation, CAD, Manufacture, Pitching and Marketing. I have front-end web development skills and I’m now looking for work in video production and editing. I like to drive things fast and I practice solving algorithms in my spare time.
I just graduated Digital Interaction Design at DJCAD (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design) in Dundee. In my fourth and final year, I kept a project blog for the year about my Dialectical Behavioural Therapy Toolkit, Dialect under 4th Year Blog, nip over there if you want to read all 16,000 words of my year long project. I hope following along in my process will give you an insight into who I actually am and how I tend to work on things.
I’m open and honest on this blog, I write in an informal stream of consciousness style, I think it’s quite conversational. Other notable projects that I’ve worked on are Microsoft Catch and Apex. I ended up in the top ten at the Sporting Innovation Challenge 2018 with Apex and it’s one of my favourite projects so far.
I enjoy Motorsport and I’m the owner of the Dundee University Motorsport Club (DUMC). I also enjoy cosplay. If you just want to hear me have a wee chat there’s the rambles part of my blog, I recommend Pride, if you’re interested in where I truly come from.
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