We know that not everyone learns best through reading text, particularly visual and kinaesthetic learners. That’s why we minimise the use of text in our online learning resources, and instead harness the power of visual communication and interactivity to convey your key messages and engage your learners. Whether you’re looking to produce an online quiz, animated presentation, standalone module or accredited course, we can help you achieve your goal.

We develop high quality, interactive learning resources from a range of different starting points. No matter what format your content is currently in – whether it be a collection of documents, PowerPoint slideshows or even an audio-recorded lecture – we can transform your content into an engaging online experience for your learners.

Features we often embed in our resources:

  • Animations
  • Custom illustrations
  • Screen captures
  • Videos
  • Voiceover: One narrator or multiple characters
  • On-screen menus
  • Quiz questions
  • Interactive diagrams

OUR 5 STEP PROCESS

  • STEP 1: ANALYSIS

    We analyse your objectives, your learners’ needs and the content in your current materials. We then identify the best structure and delivery options for your resource, and adapt your content accordingly.

  • STEP 2: DESIGN

    We design your resource by first creating a storyboard as the ‘blueprint’. The storyboard specifies the synchronisation between the various media and outlines how users will interact with the resource.

  • STEP 3: MEDIA PRODUCTION

    We produce the audio and visual elements for your resource. This could include videos, animations, illustrations, voiceovers and sound effects.

  • STEP 4: DEVELOPMENT

    We embed your media and construct the interactive elements (such as quiz questions, buttons and interactive diagrams) and then publish your resource in HTML5 format.

  • STEP 5: REVIEW

    We conduct a rigorous quality assurance review to ensure your published resource is error-free and compatible with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.0).