Well-designed interactive content is the key to successful implementation of every eLearning program. Our eLearning Instructional Design Specialists will transform your paper-based learning materials into a great interactive course, combining effective instructional strategies, modular learning architecture and great visual representation. Moreover, we are ready to create and design the learning content from scratch, beginning with needs assessment, content creation and design, course scripting and story-boarding, and development of the visual nomenclature. As part of the eLearning design we offer:
We work closely with your Subject Matter Experts to identify what needs to be learned, develop objectives and ensure the content we create matches them. We structure content and the learner activities, develop assessments by adapting materials you provide us with into a meaningful learning experience that facilitates understanding.
We are proud signatories of the Serious eLearning Manifesto.
The eLearning creation process includes every aspect of UX design - from Information architecture, through Usability to User Interface design. We fully understand your training needs good organization, navigation and workflow. It deserves to be intuitive, easy to understand, memorable and efficient. We make it clear, consistent and readable, so your learner can have a great time getting better at what you need them to learn.
Our graphic designers create all the elements necessary to give your training the right shine and polish it to perfection. We work inside the boundaries of your brand guidelines, yet give your training character and elegance to make it memorable for your learners.
We help you create or edit the video you imagine, the animation that screams engagement and the audio that adds for all the more excitement and learning retention.
We believe eLearning benefits from game design on many levels. Games teach us many motivation and engagement techniques, how to properly use feedback in the form of points, badges, leaderboards, rewards. Game design also gives us great understanding of story-telling, scenarios, challenges and structure. And of course there’s the fun part. Because with games learning is the drug.