Digital touch screen team

Michael Cafe

Michael was employed by the Innovations Project Team while studying a Bachelor of IT at Griffith’s Nathan campus. Working as a web multimedia developer, he has helped develop the wall interface as well as several of the Red Zone projects, including the river catchment simulator, the rock art interactive exhibit, and Take stock of your life.

Developer of the touch screen software and interface.

Oleg Estrin

Oleg is a graphic designer with the Innovation Projects Team at Learning Futures at Griffith University. He has been involved with the Red Zone from the very start, and he is responsible for the development of various user interfaces, including the interactive wall and the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre walkthrough. Oleg also worked on the rock art interactive exhibit and the rivers catchment simulator, Take stock of your life and the ICT explorer.

Designer of the touch screen software and interface.

Brad Harrison

Bradley has worked as an educational designer for the last two years. For about 14 years before that, he worked as a web multimedia programmer and designer. After completing his degree at Griffith University, he began working in teams in the Learning and Teaching domain to create high-level learning resources for Griffith degrees. During his time in Learning Futures, Bradley has designed mobile applications, collaboration tools, bespoke learning objects, business and learning web applications, and touch screen solutions.

Creator of the touch screen software and interface.

Geoffery McIntyre

Geoffrey McIntyre is employed by the Innovations Project Team at Griffith University as a web multimedia developer. He has worked as a programmer/front-end developer for several of the Griffith Red Zone projects, including the river catchment simulator and the Sir Samuel Griffith Centre walkthrough.

Geoffery also worked as a programmer of the touch screen software interface.

Michael Speirs

Michael is a web applications programmer within the Learning Futures Innovations Project Team at Griffith University. He studied a Bachelor of Multimedia, majoring in Internet Computing. Working at Griffith for over five years, he has been involved in the development of many Griffith mobile and online projects. Specialising in mobile application programming, Michael has developed such projects as jSuite, ForChem, H2GU, Grows@Griffith, and Coastal Life.

Developer of the touch screen software and interface.