Doug Arley Resume
With over 18 years of experience in web design, web development, and user interface design, I am passionate about teaching and inspiring the next generation of programmers and designers. As a course director at Full Sail University, I design and deliver engaging and interactive courses covering fundamental and advanced computer science, programming, and interface design topics. I am committed to fostering a collaborative and inclusive learning environment that empowers students to solve real-world problems and create immersive experiences for the end user.
Higher Education Cirriculum Development
Web and Mobile Development
Adobe Creative Suite
Full Sail University, Course Director — 2011 to Present
As a Course Director at Full Sail University, I am responsible for all aspects of the instruction process, including presenting live in-person and online lectures, developing course curricula aligned with course-level learning objectives, and producing learning media assets. These assets include instructional videos, digital PDF handouts, and interactive lab projects.
Sep 2022 to present
The Programming I course covers fundamental computer science and programming topics such as algorithms, software problem solving, input/output, control flow, functions, object-oriented programming, and references. Students will learn how to program software in a modern high-level programming language.
Android Interface Design
Nov 2016 to present
The Android Interface Design course explores the design philosophies of modern mobile applications with a focus on navigational constructs and visual language. This course challenges students to consider the design process from both functional and visual points of view to deliver immersive experiences for the end user.
Dec 2014 to Nov 2016
Java has been a steady hand in the mobile world for some time. The Java I Course is designed to help students transfer existing programming knowledge to the Java language. Students in this course explore the fundamentals of the language and existing Java API as it applies to the mobile world. The Java I course prepares students for development on a myriad of mobile devices.
Mobile Interfaces and Usability
Apr 2014 to 2015
The Mobile Interfaces and Usability Course teaches students the concepts and strategies needed to create usable interfaces optimized for handheld devices. In this course, students examine the foundation of creating logical, intuitive, and clear interfaces. The course examines interaction principles, experiential, and gestural design patterns relating from usability, visualization, and functionality constructs associated with human factors that drive touch screen interfaces.
Advanced Scalable Data Infrastructures
Feb 2013 to Oct 2014
The Advanced Interface Design course explores the design philosophies of modern mobile applications with a focus on navigational constructs and visual language. This course challenges students to consider the design process from both functional and visual points of view to deliver immersive experiences for the end user.
Mobile Media Design II
Mar 2011 to March 2013
The Mobile Media Design II Course teaches students advanced levels of graphics creation through the use of software programs used by design, animation, and interactive media companies worldwide. The course emphasizes raster graphic design from a mobile web-specific point of view and expands the knowledge of digital color models and interface composition to create a more visual compelling aesthetic optimized for handheld delivery.
ThaSauce Netwoork, LLC, Owner — 2005 to Present
As Owner of ThaSauce Network, LLC I am responsible for the branding, social media management, web design and development, and community management of a network of multiple websites specializing in musical learning.