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Jan Vig’s Résumé

Education & Courses

 

 

1999 – 2000 GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA
Master of Information and Communication Technology
Internet Marketing and Marketing Intelligence
E-Business
1998 AKTIV OPPLÆRING – NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Multimedia and Strategic Internet Marketing studies
1979 UNIVERSITY OF SAARLAND. GERMANY
Master of Business Administration (MBA) German Degree: Diplomkaufmann

Main Subject: Marketing, Specialization: Advertisement and Human Behavior
1972 – 1973 NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE
Corporal
1972   One year Economical School
   
1971 Secondary School (3 years) – Realartium

 

 

Education within E-Business
Education within Internet Marketing Intelligence
Education within Project Management for Interactive Media
Education within Interactive Marketing
Education within multimedia

Education within Internet Publishing
Education within Strategic Internet Marketing
Other Courses and Training

 



Education within E-Business

Module 1: Introduction to electronic commerce

  • Introduction to Electronic Commerce
  • Commercial relationships
  • A short history of electronic commerces
  • E-Commerce: using the Internet as a medium for trade
  • Advantages and disadvantages of trade on the Internet

Module 2: Business models for Internet commerce

  • The business model
  • Value adding chain
  • Electronic business models
  • Evaluating six common Internet business models
  • Fitting business models to business propositions

Module 3: Products and customers

  • Who is buying what over the Internet?
  • Tangible and intangible goods
  • What items are suited to sale on the Internet?
  • Who are the ideal Internet customers?
  • Customer-business interaction
  • Business relationships and communications

Module 4: Marketing on the Internet

  • Old 5 P’s and new 5 P’s of marketing and their Internet application
  • Issues in Web based marketing
  • E-Business Market Segmentation
  • Critical Issues In E-Commerce
  • Qualities of Electronic Commerce Systems
  • Electronic Commerce Planning Framework
  • Strategic Analysis
  • Mapping initiatives to objectives
  • Solution Design
  • Architecture / Implementation
  • Supply Chain Impact: Internet / EDI evolution
  • Measuring Project Success
  • Disintermediation: The Middleman at Risk
  • Reintermediation: Information Brokers
  • Critical Issues for EC Strategies

Module 5: Technology of Internet Commerce

  • Internet, Intranets and Extranets
  • Communications infrastructure supporting e-commerce
  • Internet connections
  • Hardware needed for e-commerce
  • The ISP
  • Software needed for e-commerce

Module 6: Law and Internet Commerce

  • Who controls the Internet?
  • Censorship
  • Intellectual property
  • Defamation
  • Jurisdiction
  • Privacy

Module 7: Electronic Payment and Internet Security Issues

  • Paying for online purchases
  • Online financial transactions for online businesses
  • Secure Electronic Transactions – The SET protocol
  • Smartcards, smart-tokens and e-currency
  • Digital security

 

Education within Internet Marketing Intelligence

History of Internet and related issues

  • Growth and size and demographics
  • Intelligence gathering – secondary data
    personal intelligence  environmental intelligence  consumer intelligence  competitive intelligence
  • Intelligence gathering – primary and secondary
    Internet surveys  newsgroups  on-line focus groups
  • Data and source reliability
  • Censorship/security/privacy


Education within Project Management for Interactive Media 

Using the Impart Multimedia Pathways Methodology with the phases:

  • Initiation
  • Specifications
  • Design
  • Production
  • Review and Evaluation
  • Delivery and Implementation
 
 

 

Education within multimedia

 

 

 

Conceptual Foundations of Multimedia
Conventional media in relation to digital media and multimedia convergence.

Multimedia: Critical Analysis
Analyzed and evaluated interactive media. Demonstrations, discussions and interaction with a variety of products (e.g.. Computer games, educational training materials) and delivery systems (e.g.. CD-ROM, Internet. The the potential and the limitations of this new medium.

Multimedia Technologies
Overview of the various platforms, applications, media and technology used to develop multimedia products and communications. Introduced to digital graphics, photography, video, audio, networked multimedia and authoring, projects, demonstrations and discussions.

Interactive Media Development
Introduction to process, projects, teams, legalities, documentation, client relations, Developing a strategy for implementing ideas and a list of questions.

Human Factors for Interface Design
The interaction between humans and computers and focuses on factors relevant to the design and production of people-friendly interactive software.

Writing and Editing for Multimedia
Screen text, hypertext or invisible scripts, voice-overs. The functions of the writer and editor within the development process.

Graphic Design for Multimedia
The elements and principles of graphic design and image relationships to effectively communicate visual information. Layout techniques using a grid system, colors and custom palettes. Different design approaches while creating graphic elements for CD-ROM based and online media.

Typographic Design for Multimedia
The characteristics of typefaces and different techniques while working with text. Type as a basic element in visual communication, type as an image and the role of typography in the new media.

Designing with Adobe Illustrator
Introduced and work with Illustrator.

Digital Imaging with Adobe Photoshop, Micromedia Fireworks
Image manipulation and creation tools with Photoshop and Fireworks. We learned how to crop, resize and adjust light and dark values. Various tools and palettes, including the selection tools and paint brush, was demonstrated and used to create special effects. Learned how to understand screen and destination issues and when to apply them in multimedia, web page design and electronic publishing. Investigate the advanced features and tools of Photoshop and Fireworks. Explored the creation and use of color, color correction techniques and photo enhancement. Special effects with type and words was integrated with images. Advanced montages and collages are demonstrated using filters, layer options and other features.

3D Modeling and Animation for Multimedia
The concepts and processes of 3D modelling and animation. An overview from storyboarding a concept, through modelling and rendering of images to final output was provided, with consideration given to the animation’s intended use.

Digital Video with Adobe Premiere
The techniques of preparing digital video for use in interactive multimedia projects. Video production and editing techniques was discussed Experience using a video camera.

Sound for Multimedia
Tools used for capturing and manipulating sound for computer-based programs was investigated. Topics included: Planning and selecting sound, recording and digitizing sound and assembly for interactive multimedia.

Multimedia Authoring with Macromedia Director and Macromedia Authoreware
Created interactive multimedia presentations incorporating sound, image and text using Director’s animation and presentation tools. Introduction and use of Lingo, Director’s scripting language that controls user interactivity and provides an introduction to programming for non-programmers. Efficient script writing and production techniques, code writing conventions, behaviors

 

Education within Interactive Marketing

 

  • History of Internet and related issues
  • Growth and size
  • Mass media versus one to one
  • Cybermediaries
  • Interactivity and flow
  • Web design principles
  • Web measurement (pricing issues)
  • Marketing research
  • Relationships and netiquette
  • Censorship/security/privacy

 

Education within Internet Publishing

 

  • Understanding of the Internet publishing process and its position in the overall publishing and media industries (print, audio, video, software and multimedia)
  • Assessing Internet publishing markets and demographics
  • Analyzing Internet publishing opportunities and requirements
  • Learning the technical requirements for Internet publishing
  • Understanding the artistic and design criteria for Internet publishing
  • Managing Internet publishing projects
  • Opportunities to learn advanced Internet technologies that support the publishing process.

 

Education within Strategic Internet Marketing

 

  • Internet Marketing Concepts and Philosophy
  • The Online Business Environment
  • Public and Private Internet Infrastructure and Protocols
  • Resources for Internet Marketers
  • Internet Business Models
  • Web Clients and Extensions
  • Internet Delivery Platforms: Requirements and Capabilities
  • Servers: Data and Commercial
  • Corporate Positioning and Competitive Analysis
  • Market Research and Internet Demographics
  • Online User Behavior
  • Supporting Software Technologies: Java, JavaScript, CGI, ActiveX , HTML
  • Non-standard and Emerging Web Environments: VRML, proprietary
  • Web Site Development and Maintenance Strategies
  • Web Site Advertising and Promotion
  • Intelligent Agents and Push Technologies
  • Customer Communications: Tracking and Customization
  • Developing Digital Product and Services
  • Web Audits and Forecasting Demand in a Digital World
  • Online Direct Marketing
  • Audio, Video and Data Conferencing
  • Legal and Regulatory Issues of the Internet
  • Virtual Storefronts and Electronic Commerce
  • Creating and Managing Online Partnerships
  • Global Market Reach: Multiculturalism
  • Integrated Marketing Plans
 
 

 

Other Courses and Training

 

 

  • HTML , JavaScript, ASP, XML
  • Web development
  • Office 2000 Professional
  • Computer-based training (CBT) programming
  • Database development
  • Management development
  • Quality control
  • Presentation skills
  • Project Management
  • Human Resource and Organization Development
  • Auditing
  • Controlling ,
  • Marketing,
  • IT and Internet-related training
  • Multimedia studies.

 

For more information, please see my Electronic Résumé by clicking on a target one section at a time.

 

 

If you have any questions feel free to e-mail me at ja-vig@online.no .

 

 

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VIG CONSULTING
ORG.NR: 977 505 992

Jan Vig
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e-mail: ja-vig@online.no
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