J.M. Haefner holds degrees in Graphic Design and Photography, and a MFA in Interactive Forms; Ms. Haefner has taught in these areas, and worked professionally as a Web Designer and Online Course Developer.

Currently, she is developing various Web presence at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and spearheading a campus wide e-portfolio initiative for a Title III grant. She also teaches multimedia in the Art and Design Department from time to time..

Her research areas of interest include: Web 2 interaction and emerging design principles, interfacing with the metaverse, video conferencing, learning portfolios, and student-centered teaching. For consulting, please contact J.M. Haefner.

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design -interface

mLearning by Design (2012)
Research paper co-authored and presented at the Annual Distance Teaching and Learning Conference in Madison, WI. more >>

Research PowerPoint presented at the Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning in Madison, WI. more >>

Wayfinding (2008)
Thoughts on interface & interaction design. more >>

Time Management (2006)
Though this is a piece designed for the Advisement Center, I had fun prototyping it, and thought it should be included. It contains an invisible Flash rollover in the header graphic. >> Time Management

e-Portfolio prototype (2005)
This presentation is a mock up for a possible electronic portfolio portal. This material is property of J.M. Haefner and may not be duplicated without express permission by the author. Download the >e-Portfolio.ppt >>

KnowWare (2000-01)
Academic Accounting CD for accompanying textbook. Served as production artist, and project manager. Suggested layout and talent. Designed the company logo. Sound issue, is from screen capture and not from CD. view >>




"Without aesthetic, design is either the humdrum repetition of familiar clichés or a wild scramble for novelty. Without the aesthetic, the computer is but a mindless speed machine, producing effects without substance. Form without relevant content, or content without meaningful form."

   -Paul Rand


site design

Commercial sites (2002-03) was created for the author to present his books. The covers and copy were written and created by Jean, and the site and design developed by her. >>

Commercial sites (2002-03) is an old archived personal site. It highlights work produced by Jean as a grad student and was designed and developed by her.

design -print

Isaiah's Law (2001)
Book cover design and illustration. view >>

Isaiah's Land (2005)
Book cover design and illustration. view >>

Design (2008)
Thoughts on interface & interaction design. more >>


Future links -Research & Explorations

user experience | design process | theory

Spring (2007)
An exploratory Flash design. view >>


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