Learning Experience Design and Development

Coming from a design background, I enjoy bringing my digital design skills to the learning industry. It’s not that different to what I used to do, only it has now a far more noble purpose. I’m helping people be safer, smarter, be a better version of themselves. I believe knowledge can and does change the world, and that learning makes people better, more inclusive, emotionally capable and reflective individuals. Ripple effect that to their relationships and the community, and we have a better world to live in. So, that’s me, on a mission to change individuals for the better, one heart at a time.

I strive to design effective learning programs that are engaging and relevant. Learning that empowers people to be a better version of themselves, while aiming to align behaviour with the business’ vision.

  • Branched-scenario, Game-based activities (aka. serious games)
  • Gamification of existing programs
  • Interactive video
  • Learning portal and technology, eg. Storyline/Rise, H5P, LMP/LXP, SCORM/xAPI
  • Online and offline learning experiences

Ask what they need to do, before you tell them what they need to know.

There are many ways to convey relevant information. One of the methods I enjoy using is the Action Mapping (Cathy Moore). It helps you avoid “information dump”, as there’s only so much one can retain. Disrespect this and your precious content becomes noise. Below, my web form version of the original chart designed by Mrs Moore. Give it a go, see if it helps.

Think about this training you want done: