Organizations do not stick to a singular learning mode – neither can content designers.We customize learning content based on delivery mode, learner profile, expected learning outcomes and the desired impact.
Driven by the purpose of learning, instructional design principles dictate the early stage of analysis and content design to ensure a meaningful learning experience.
Content creates impact when good instructional design meets delightful visual design accounting for learner, medium, subject and environment.
Whether delivered on-demand or administrated as a cohort, engagement fosters application and adoption. Through relevant interactions we ensure engagement.
A global NGO working on addressing poverty and injustice had a major learning challenge to ensure optimum impact of their interventions – Program Quality. It was essential for their staff and stakeholders in all parts of the world to understand what it means and how it impacts what the organization and its humanitarian work is all about.
An interactive, responsive and multilingual learning program with situational exercises was designed for a global audience.
Rolled out with recorded insights as well as provision for ‘live’ intervention from the senior staff, the program garnered distinct attention and praise for its practical orientation, flexible approach and contextual examples.
When the global agency for sustainable urban development took on to build capacity among key stakeholders in the ACP (African Caribbean and the Pacific) region, the knowledge intervention needed deep dive into the slum upgrading framework and create a learning series that caters to the broader audience in multiple languages.
Through a series of knowledge transfer workshops and brainstorming sessions, the complex approaches were fit into over 15 modules and packaged as self-paced learning courses that are fit for low-bandwidth, responsive and interactive.
Produced in English and French, the engagement included a custom learning platform rollout for over 1000 learners in the region.
Frontliners across Eastern Europe and UK dealing with congenital and infectious diseases had to be trained on various aspects of healthcare – but the complexity of the topics called for an approach that cannot solely be self-paced.
Add to this the need for content in native languages and the hosting, support and monitoring of learners.
A series of low-bandwidth ready, interactive and responsive modules were developed in English and translated to other languages including Russian for rollout across geographies.
The output was a 12-week blended course with a series of self-paced modules and synchronous sessions. In addition a custom LMS platform was built and supported with 24/7 support for the learners throughout the program to ensure completion!