Jai Moore is a writer, student and pasta enthusiast living in Melbourne.
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Online

A collection of the projects I've been a part of, published online.

Overland Journal

Overland Journal

This is a piece that I copyedited and published as part of my editorial internship at Overland Journal, one of Australia's oldest literary publications. Among other tasks, I worked on the online magazine, publishing writing daily to 80,000 monthly readers.

Toolkits: Nonfiction

Toolkits: Nonfiction

I was selected as one of eight young writers for the inaugural Toolkits: Nonfiction, a 12-week intensive from Express Media. The development aims to give young writers the tools to explore form, tell compelling stores, and create longform works of nonfiction writing.

Pride

Pride

In 2017, I had the pleasure of redeveloping Victoria University Pride's site, vupride.wordpress.com. I used the space to set up new tools and resources for the team like this one -- I also designed these nametags [pictured] that we use at social events.

Trick or Beat

Trick or Beat

I built trickorbeat.com.au for a budding new music event as part of their communications strategy. It was rewarding to practise new skills in Wordpress design and SEO that I'd nurtured in and out of the classroom. I also did supplementary graphic design to create elements for the site, including the design that became these stickers.

This Website

This Website

Yes, I built this website. All on my own, without help from a tech-savvy friend. I'm pretty chuffed at how it turned out.