Scott Gillam
Manager, Digital Platforms
Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Specializing in technology & design consultancy for the cultural sector, corporations, inter-disciplinary teams, non-profit, and private business, with a special focus on emerging technology. Currently the Canadian Museum for Human Rights lead for all digital experience and software platform development and outputs, including websites, enterprise content management, mobile software, applications, AR, VR, and in-gallery digital installations. Past Instructor for New Media at the School of Art, University of Manitoba, & Advanced Graphic Design program, Red River College located in Winnipeg, MB Canada.

Most recently, Scott has been the producer and lead for CMHR in the Creation Lab; a partnership between the National Film Board of Canada, On Screen Manitoba, and New Media Manitoba. Based on a hackathon format, the Creation Lab is a bleeding edge think tank for digital storytelling and experience using new media, cinematography, interactivity, and non-linear frameworks.

Scott manages the day-to-day operational aspects of technology & design projects for the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, develops new projects, leads multi-disciplinary project teams, develops associated business cases and project plans, and provides project management services, training, consultation and support for CMHR staff, contractors, vendors, and partners. He is a subject matter expert who liaises with other departments, providing consultation, designing and developing progressive and inclusive solutions for master experience planning.

Specialties: Digital Content Experience, Digital Media Strategy, Software Development, Usability, Inclusive Design, Mobile development, User Experience, Enterprise Content Management, Digital Asset Management, Art Direction, Web Design, Motion Graphics, Identity, Social Media Integration, Information Architecture, Digital Engagement.