Technology & Media We are alterNative Media. aNm is an Indigenous/Native American -owned small business that provides technical, creative, and innovative services to a global community.
aNm provided graphic design services, as well as creative and technical consultation services to help NIYC redesign and relaunch their public-facing website. Leveraging NIYC’s existing hosting service and content management service (CMS), WordPress, aNm researched and made recommendations for the best theme and plug-ins needed to make the NIYC website a beautiful, effective, and functional website with strong search engine optimization (SEO) online presence.
Mass Blog Migration All of my blog posts from several years have now been consolidated into one convenient place – the aNm website! You can now find all of the posts, Exploring & celebrating innovative technology in eLearning, training, mLearning. … from my eDeveloper Stuff blog as well as all the, Resources focused on digital […]
New Federal Contract with Smithonian NMAI aNm, in collaboration with Native Realities, has been awarded another US federal contract with National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), Smithsonian Institution (SI) to provide comic book illustrations for the “Native New York” exhibition. In 2020, the National Museum of the American Indian in New York City will […]
IPI #16 – Dale Deforest Hey again and welcome to another installment of the invincible Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or “IPI” – my blog series celebrating Indigenous artists, writers, and other Native-creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. With us today is the great Dale Deforest, comic artist extraordinare. Dale shares […]
What a year! 2018 was a fantastic year for aNm – webinars, conference presentations, continuing work for clients and projects, and so much more! Webinar eLearning Industry “How to Choose An Authoring Tool: Essential Checklist” https://elearningindustry.com/webinars/how-to-choose-an-authoring-tool-essential-checklist I was honored to give a webinar evaluating various authoring tools for eLearning Industry in June, 2018. The webinar […]
IPI #15 – Lee Francis IV Welcome to another segment of the ever-popular, Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series celebrating Indigenous artists, writers, and other Native-creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. Today we get down to the nitty-gritty with Lee Francis IV – National Director at Wordcraft Circle of Native […]
No Rest for the Wicked June 2018 was a very busy month indeed! I presented and attended Learning Dev Camp (see, “Recap – Learning Dev Camp 2018”), presented a webinar on “How To Choose An Authoring Tool: Essential Checklist” (recording available at https://elearningindustry.com/webinars/how-to-choose-an-authoring-tool-essential-checklist), and presented and attended the eLearning Guild’s Realities360 conference in beautiful San Jose, CA. The […]
Back in SLC In June 2018, I had the honor of presenting at Learning Dev Camp 2018 in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah. This was my 2nd time to visit SLC and it was just as scenic as I recall. My topic, “Get Graphic: eLearning Tips from Comic Book Theory,“ focused on how we can […]
IPI #14 – Shaun Beyale Welcome to another edition of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series celebrating Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this segment, I get to talk with Shaun Beyale, creator of Ayla the Monster Slayer. Shaun sums himself up thusly: […]
Truth be told, I’m a big fan of open source software, solutions, & tools, especially when they are free…and even more especially when they do cool things. Enter: Blender. The open source 3D authoring tool. Not only does it allow you to create, edit, & manipulate 3D from start-to-finish, it’s a powerhouse of Swiss-Army-knife-like utilities. […]