Portfolio

Engaging, effective e-learning content

Here are a few examples of e-learning modules created for our clients. Modules marked (Flash) in brackets are older projects developed in Storyline 2 or Flash and require a Flash-enabled browser. So won’t work on mobile devices. All other modules are in HTML5 format and will play on any device with an up to date web browser.

Brake Sharpen up screenshot

Brake, The Road Safety Charity

A range of interactive activities for Brake, the Road Safety Charity, to support their road safety and environment campaigns. Developed in Articulate Storyline.

UNISON screen shot

UNISON

A range of e-learning modules for staff, activists and volunteers at UNISON the public sector union, developed in Articulate Storyline.

Hitachi Capital (UK)

We are developing a range of compliance and product training e-learning modules for Hitachi Capital (UK), one of the world’s largest business finance providers. The modules are all developed in Articulate Storyline and make use of bespoke illustration, video, voiceover, quizzes and other interactive features to create an engaging learning experience.

Find it at Lincoln screenshot

University of Lincoln

We’ve developed a range of e-learning modules for the University of Lincoln Library, designed to help students research and write their assignments to an academic level. This includes for example, the use of academic data sources, how to avoid plagiarism and how to develop a search strategy. The modules were all developed in Storyline and are available on the University website (see links below).

NG Bailey screenshot

NG Bailey

A self-running Health & Safety presentation for groups of construction site workers. The brief was to produce something original, animated and engaging, that moved away from typical H&S training videos used in the past. The module, developed in Articulate Storyline, lasts for around 20 minutes and includes a knowledge check (quiz) at the end, to which trainees can “chip-in” answers as a group and discuss. The module can also be used by individual learners.

Rare Energy screenshot

NG Bailey

This “explanimation” was designed to help NG Bailey convey their outsourced energy management solution to potential customers in two and a half minutes, using original animation and voice-over. We used a story-telling approach, based on a fictitious customer. Developed in Flash and exported in video format, the video is used to kick-start sales presentations and has also been uploaded to YouTube and the Company’s website.

BB Investments screenshot

Balfour Beatty Investments

This e-learning module for Balfour Beatty Investments introduces new starters to business continuity procedures within the organisation, and is designed to minimise disruption after a major incident, such as fire, power failure, IT security breach etc. The module was developed in Articulate Storyline and is based around a fictitious scenario in which the learner plays a part.

Demo available on request.

Lab Hazards game screenshot

Flash games

Over the years we’ve developed lots of games in Flash for educational use. Here are a few examples. Feel free to link to these from your educational site. We know lot’s of you do. Please note, they require a Flash enabled browser and so won’t work on mobile devices.

×