We tailor all eLearning solutions to meet our customers’ expectations, target audience and budget. We have extensive knowledge in the principles of adult learning and consider these learning theories when developing structure, learning outcomes and interaction in our eLearning solutions. We understand that individuals learn differently and so apply activities to appeal to all learning styles, catering for Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic learners.
We ensure the learning is educationally engaging, leads to genuine knowledge transfer and improves performance in the workplace. This means we:
focus on what matters
use case studies and stories
practice and check understanding
know the target audience
cater for all learning styles
Today eLearning needs to be accessible everywhere: desktop, tablet, smartphone. So it makes sense to build it once to work on all devices. Simple.
The audience is a critical factor in the process of eLearning development. Everything we design and developed is completed with the audience in mind.
We pay specific attention to characteristics such as age, learning style, culture, skill level, experience with technology, attention span and the learning environment. We also look at other more general characteristics including what actually motivates individuals to learn.
The success of eLearning is closely linked to the design of quality learning, enabled through the use of technology. For the benefit of the learners, instructional design plays the pivotal role of bringing together these disparate fields. Our instructional designer completes an analysis of the learning needs and systematic development of instruction. This includes clear and measurable learning objectives, content to match objectives, feedback through question/assessment strategy, level of interaction, reinforcement and branching complexity. The resulting benefits include reduced design costs, a consistent look and feel, transparency, quality control and standardisation of learning material.
The eLearning storyboard provides a written description of all the elements that need to be captured and/or created for the training. The document sets the expectation for the development of the course by giving our clients the opportunity to visualise the training before development commences. Elements include: text, interactions, animations, photographs, video, audio and diagrams.
Storyboarding is necessary to make decisions about the structure and sequence of course content, the media and interactivity, and the instructional design strategies we’ll use in the training.
In many cases, styling adheres to corporate branding. This includes GUI, logos, fonts and colours.
For Melbourne based projects, our professional photographer can be used to shoot required photos onsite. Interstate and overseas clients may choose to supply their own photos according to the storyboard.
Professional voice over talent recorded in studio environment with a sound engineer.
Once the storyboard has been reviewed and signed off by the client, the development process may begin.
Quality Control is the final stage of development where all elements are reviewed for accuracy and functionality.
Publish & Deploy
Once complete, the eLearning can be published for deployment to web, LMS or offline.