Bill Kemsley
Instructional Designer and eLearning Developer

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Bill Kemsley


I'm Bill Kemsley, an eLearning enthusiast with an eye for creative, professional design.

For over a decade, I have worked with leading eLearning companies to provide custom learning solutions to a variety of enterprise and government clients. I obtained a bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management from the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University. I am currently pursuing a master's degree in Instructional Psychology and Technology at BYU.

If you are in need of instructional design, e-learning development, or web design work, feel free to contact me.


Instructional Design

I work with subject matter experts to align an organization’s training needs with the needs of its learners. I create detailed, PowerPoint-based storyboards that describe how eLearning courses will look and function.

Course Development

I develop interactive eLearning courses and games using Articulate Storyline, Studio, and Rise.

Learning Management Systems

I administer a variety of Learning Management Systems.

Graphic Art

I design create custom graphics for print and the web.

Audio Mastering

I master audio (normalization, noise reduction, cropping, etc.)

Script Writing

I write clear, concise scripts that enable learning.

Video Editing and Screencasting

I edit videos and create professional screencasts.

PowerPoint Presentations and Handouts

I create beautiful, animation-rich PowerPoints and custom PDF handouts for conferences, screencasts, and classrooms.

And more!

For specific inquiries, please send me a message.


Protecting Intellectual Property in the Vegetable Seeds Sector

Articulate Studio

Responding to a Crime Scene

Microsoft PowerPoint

Building Effective Relationships

Articulate Rise

Protecting Virtual Data

Articulate Studio

Goal Setting

Articulate Rise

Protecting Audiovisual Content

Articulate Studio

Utah Trivia Game

Articulate Storyline

History of Instructional Design

Articulate Rise

History of the IP&T Department



As a resource for fellow instructional designers and e-learning developers, I write a blog called The Instructional Designer's Toolkit. The blog provides tools, tutorials, and inspiration for beginning and advanced designers. I hope you find it useful!

Contact Me

Let me know if you are seeking work or if you have any questions!