DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
Nobody wants to take a 45-60 minute online learning course these days. Time is short and modules today tend to be produced as micro-learning. These are small micro-courses of information on specific topics. These normally take no longer than 15 minutes in length to complete.
Breaking large amounts of information into smaller bite-size chunks is far more productive, reducing screen boredom and cognitive overload for the learner.
They can digest smaller amounts of information much better and will have a higher chance of actually remembering the content than if they took an hour long module.
View the demo of Noise in the Workplace:Launch Demo
Mobile Learning – Responsive HTML5
With such an array of different devices and screen sizes available, digital learning today must be mobile responsive so that the content displays nicely across all devices, regardless of which type of device the learner is using.
Recent usage information states that over 51% of the worlds Internet users access the Internet via a mobile phone, this is expected to rise to 72% by 2025. (source: CNBC)
Modules must also be in HTML5 and no longer Flash (.swf) based, since the announcement by Adobe of the end of life of Flash in 2020 (see below).
View the demo of Cyber Crime Awareness:Launch Demo
Interactive Learning Assets
The powerful suite of Articulate 360 not only allows the development of mobile responsive learning in Articulate Rise 360, but if you require a bespoke interactive asset, these can be developed for you in Articulate Storyline 360 and then embedded directly inside a Rise 360 course.
Select the two examples for an idea of the type of bespoke interactions that can be developed.
Authoring tools I develop with.
Below are the main authoring tools I develop with.