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

A collection of projects I've worked on, 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 responsibilities, I worked on the online magazine, publishing new writing daily to 80,000 monthly readers.

Victoria University

Victoria University

In 2017, I assisted Victoria University with a content migration project to update and focus their offering for a combined audience of professionals in academia, teaching and learning design. This role required extensive engagement with content management systems, web and learning design professionals and the principles of clear and purpose-driven writing. See the current product here.

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 program equips young writers the tools to explore form, tell compelling stores and create longform works of credible nonfiction while maintaining a commercial awareness in their work.

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 used at social events.

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.