aslam levy Portfolio


My portfolio of work has covered three areas within Information technology, namely e-Learning, e-Marketing and e-Government.

e-Learning 2002 –  2009
While studying Multimedia at CPUT Bellville (then Peninsula Technikon) I was approached by Fred Brandt, a Training specialist at Consol Glass. He had innovative ideas as to how animation and computer based training could be used in the mechanised industry. After a few trial programs the benefits to using e-Learning were apparent. After a stint in Johannesburg where I worked on an e-Learning product destined for UK schools, I returned to Cape Town where I co-founded B-leaf Media Solutions. The types of e-Learning solutions included Graphical User Interface simulation, 2D animation and 3D animation and interactive learning programs.

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e-Marketing 2009 – 2011
In the last quarter of 2009 I joined Cape Town Tourism in the position of e-Marketing coordinator. With the 2010 FIFA World Cup around the corner, CTT wisely made a substantial investment into their online presence. Starting with a new website at the unique URL of www.capetown.travel followed by an expansive roll-out of social media platforms which included the very popular “I love Cape Town” Facebook page. While working with the contracted service provider, Flow communications, we delivered a successful world cup campaign. Offering immediate content and clever use of cross platform integration, user access to information was effortless.

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e-Government 2011 – current

A change in administration brought an awakening of ICT usage within the Western Cape Government. I was happy to join an emerging team in the “e-Government for Citizens” directorate, as the Internet Programme Manager, and be a part for this new wave of government innovation. Working on products that uplift people’s lives has always been a central theme in the work that I have done and the potential within government is immense. Already in our first year together, we have begun moving the Western Cape Government  website to the Drupal CMS which will allow for better functionality, agility and speed of deployment. Be sure to check out the new homepage at www.westerncape.gov.za

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