Faculty Profile - Megan Wilson

Megan Wilson

Megan Wilson


Digital Design & Development

Megan Wilson is a designer, front-end developer and interdisciplinary media artist interested in product development life cycles, digital team workflows, human-computer interaction, design thinking principles and collaborative methodologies. 

Megan joined NIC after moving to the Comox Valley from Vancouver, where she taught in the Faculty of Culture and Community at Emily Carr University of Art + Design (ECUAD) and the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University. Megan holds a Bachelor in Human Kinetics degree from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from ECUAD. She also holds a Master of Fine Arts degree and a Post-graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning, both from SFU.

Megan recently earned her UX Certification in Interaction Design through the Nielsen Norman Group.

“Industry-standard user experience training like this allows DIGITAL instructors to ensure that we provide the up to date and relevant curriculum that makes our graduates successful in the workplace,” she says.