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Who am I?
Yee I-Van (余易紋)
Game Artist, Animator. Educator
+6 (012) 9444 349
I'm an avid fan of all digital entertainment and have long since developed a passion to create the content I consume be it books, comics, animation, and games. It is the complexity and potential for learning that appeals so much to the creator in me.
Currently I am an educator developing and running the Bachelor of Game Development (Hons) at KDU University College in Shah Alam, Malaysia and am having a blast being part of the team of the best game course in South-East Asia.
Masters in Game Design (Digital Games) (2013 - current)
University Pengajian Sultan Idris, Malaysia
Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia (2004)
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia
Advanced Diploma of Multimedia (2003)
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology, Malaysia
Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia / Penilaian Menengah Rendah (1996-2000)
Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Damansara Jaya
Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (1990-1995)
Sekolah Rendah Kebangsaan (2) Damansara Jaya
Work Experience (more info upon request)
KDU University College Sdn. Bhd.
Programme Leader (2011 - present)
Limkokwing University of Creative Technology
Principle Lecturer (2010 - 2011) / Year Leader (2009) / Lecturer (2008)
Primeworks Studios Sdn. Bhd.
Offline & Online Editor (2007 - 2008)
Paragon Eight Sdn. Bhd.
Restaurant Manager (2007 - 2007)
VHQ Post (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Flash Animator & Motion Designer (2006 - 2007)
Amokfilms Sdn. Bhd.
Multimedia Designer / Animator (2005 - 2006)
Digital Imaging & Desktop Publishing
Animation & Motion Graphics
Art & Illustration
2D Game Art & Animation
Game Design & Development
Marketing & Management
Web Design & Development
English - Written & Spoken
Malay - Written & Spoken
Chinese - Cantonese Dialect - Spoken
Reading - Science-Fiction & Fantasy
Drawing & Art
Myer Briggs Type Indicator
- Extraversion: ENFJs have an outgoing personality and enjoy spending time with other people. Being in social settings helps them feel energized.
- Intuition: ENFJs like to think about the future rather than the present. They may often become so focused on the larger goal that they lose sight of the immediate details.
- Feeling: ENFJs place a stronger emphasis on personal, subject considerations rather than objective criteria when making decisions. How a decision will impact others is often a primary concern.
- Judging: ENFJs are organized and enjoy structure and careful planning. Sticking to a predictable schedule helps ENFJs feel in control of the world around them.
Some common ENFJ characteristics include:
- Prefers harmony to discord
- Outgoing and warm-hearted
- Genuinely interest in the feelings of others
- Often have a diverse range of friends and acquaintances
- Great at supporting and encouraging others
- Excellent organizers
- Seek approval from other people
ENFJs are strong extraverts; then sincerely enjoy spending time with other people. They have great people skills and are often described as warm, affectionate and supportive. Not only are people with this personality type great at encouraging other people, they also derive personal satisfaction from helping others.
Because of their strong communication and organizational skills, ENFJs can make great leaders and managers. They are good at organizing activities, helping each group member achieve their potential and resolving interpersonal conflicts. They strive to create harmony in all situations, and always seem to know what to do to ease tensions and minimize disagreements.
ENFJs are often so interested in devoting their time to others that they can neglect their own needs. They also have a tendency to be too hard on themselves, blaming themselves for when things go wrong and not giving themselves enough credit when things go right. Because of this, it is important that people with this personality type regularly set aside some time to attend to their own needs.
DISC Assessment - Attainer
An Attainer is an objective and analytical person. Attainers like to be in charge of situations, but they are also willing to offer help and support to others. Motivated internally by personal goals, Attainers are task oriented but also enjoys people. Because of dogged determination, an Attainer is often successful at many things; a calm, steady and perseverant character contributes to success.
Tenacious after starting a project, Attainers will fight hard for their objectives. Independent and questioning in approach, Attainers are thorough and will follow through. Attainers are a practical people who evaluates everything by results. Under pressure for these results, Attainers may be perceived as overly frank and forthright and may possibly appear to be non-demonstrative emotionally. They like to finish what they start and do it thoroughly. They prefer to work independently or with just a few people. Attainers do not like to be rushed or pressured, operating best when working at comfortable pace. Relying on hard work, an Attainer does not look to emotions when evaluating situations. Attainers tends to be strong willed and does not withdraw easily from conflict.
Firm and unyielding after making decisions, Attainers may tend to come across as inflexible. They use facts and figures as opposed to feelings to make these decisions. Attainers are strong team players, but may express a desire for freedom from restrictions. An Attainer prefers to be a part of small groups and make strong ties with a few close people. Attainers are dependable and will always help out friends and family.