Instructional Design: Development Process

In eLearning/mLearning the process we follow is the ADDIE* development process. It describes an systematic design process consisting of five phases:

  • Analysis
  • Design
  • Development
  • Implementation
  • Evaluation

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However, what really matters is content.

Custom content is a way in which you can improve the relevancy of customer and employee training and that is what the Instructional Design process is all about.

Custom content can ensure that the content is targaretted to the employee or customer learning needs and to how they will use the training in their own work. The quality of the content is crucial to learning.

Great content matters. No matter how sophisticated the technology or sophisticated the presentation. Material that is not relevant or interesting is in its own right, irrelevant and boring. Our experience suggests that Adult learners very quickly dismiss this type of training.

Engagement in Learning

To enhance learner engagement, our content is interactive, multimedia-based, and adjusted to the different learning styles of the users. We can develop complete courses, tutorials, simulations or small chunks of of learning to support technical, process and soft-skills development within your organization. The following is a list of some of the design elements we use to bring the content to life:

  • video
  • animations
  • graphics and pictures
  • audio
  • interactions
  • simulations
  • video avatars
  • knowledge checks
  • quizzes
  • assignments
  • interactive pdf