Courses need to have intention interactions. Make the click for the learner worth it and reduce learner fatigue. Respecting the learner means making creative choices to avoid 20 tabs and 15 hotspots.
Every organization is different. Off the shelf curriulum or generic stratgies won’t be effective. Curriculm, strategy, exams, and courses need to be based on wha the organizations requires.
Work isn’t alway linear. Real life, on the job tasks aren’t a text based, multiple choice expereince. Learning needs to mimic the production environment to be successful.
Animation: Outdoor Installation
This video was created with Well Said Labs for voice, Adobe Animate, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Premiere Pro. It follows a logical set up to install a product. Custom animations were created to visually show the steps.
Video: Product Set-Up for English as a Second Language
This video was created with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Spark for rapid develop. It served as set up instructions for homes, and parents who have English as a secon language.
Game Course: Secure the Island
The table of contents was replace with a “Secure the Island.” With every correct or complete section, the section would be “contained”, the dinosaur island gates will be locked.
Course: Escape Room
Created in Captivate, the learner identified risk in an office environment. After all items are found, the state changes, a badge is found, and they can leave the room.