ABOUT THE PROJECT:
PVH Corp., formerly known as Phillips-Van Heusen, is an American clothing company which owns a diversified portfolio of brands — including CALVIN KLEIN, TOMMY HILFIGER, Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Speedo, Warner’s, Olga, Geoffrey Beene and True&Co. I worked as an instructional designer/ developer with Change4Growth Consulting. We were contracted by PVH to implement and train associates on a new product lifecycle management (PLM) system that would be used across all name brands.
I designed and produced instructional materials (course websites, demonstration videos, and printed participant guides) for major courses, including Style Creation, Technical Design, Raw Material Management and Tech-Pack Development. I designed the website template that the team adopted for all courses. I created media for my team mates, including screen graphics for all courses, a style guide and a plan for generating printed materials to match the web design template. During the design phase of the project I traveled weekly to work in New York (Manhattan) where PVH is head-quartered. During the implementation phase, I facilitated the majority of the training courses during extended stays in New York City, New Jersey, and Hong Kong.
Articulate Storyline, Peak, and Rise, Adobe Photoshop and inDesign, Microsoft PowerPoint and Word.