Working for the federal government
As a Web Accessibility Analyst
Currently in my fourth year of service, I joined the Public Service of Canada in 2017 as a student of computer sciences & multimedia integration. I am currently a full-time web accessibility analyst for the department of Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC).
Working in the web industry as an accessibility subject matter expert, my job is to make sure that the department's websites are as well accessible to people having disabilities or handicaps of all sort. I work with the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), and I perform adjustments when necessary.
Working as a Freelancer
In 2015, I launched the idea of financing environmental projects by developing multimedia entertainment such as small video games (also known as indie games), cartoon shows, apps, and possibly more. 5 years later, SlashOn Studio is now a small startup of 3 people with the same goal in mind, with out first project on the way.
If you are interested, you can learn more on slashon.ca.
Working as a Multimedia Contractor
This is where my career started. In 2015, I joined the Multimedia Integration technical program in college (CÉGEP de l'Outaouais), where I quickly began to find clients and work on my own. I built websites for private companies and small businesses, and I also had the pleasure to work in the advertisement industry creating promotional adds and posters.