Web Designer/Front-end Developer
Interests: Design, World Music, PhilanthropyFollow @nomantoronto
Hello! I am Noman and I work at the Royal Ontario Museum as a Web Designer and a Front-end developer. I work on creative and exciting digital marketing/communication solutions, including web design/dev, digital graphics, online ads, wire-frames, micro-sites, IA, blogs, e-newsletters, media e-vites and digital signage for LCD screens. My design experience spans to industries like: Government, Arts & Culture, Health and Education, Clinics, Finance, Publications and International Development. I also serve in an advisory role for the South Asian Heritage Day at the ROM.
I have worked on micro-sites for various ROM exhibitions including: Mesopotamia, Dead Sea Scrolls, Ultimate Dinosaurs, Wildlife Photographer of the Year (iPad interactive), Bison Collaborative and David Hockney.
I also design and develop various communications web ads for events/exhibitions, featured in Toronto Star, Wired Magazine, Globe & Mail, Blog Toronto, CTV, YTV, CBC, TOLife, etc.
My interests are composing and promoting New Age and World Music. I work with audio production software such as Logic Pro. I also have experience in managing and branding philanthropy events.
I hope you will enjoy surfing through the new ROM website, a recent project of the ROM's Web Team. Please feel free to send any comments, feedback or questions regarding our website design/functionality via the contact form below this page.
Resources and Links:
- View Web and Mobile Design Trends in 2013 (PDF)
- Best of the Web on the Webby Awards
- Museums and the Web
"Design is not just how it looks, but how it works."
‐ Steve Jobs