Roads?  Where we're going we don't need roads...

Roads?  Where we're going we don't need roads...

Learning journeys don't need to follow a pre-defined road, drive your learning experiences without being at the wheel!

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It’s time to test drive; put your audience in the driving seat!

See improved user experience with interactive video.

Video doesn’t have to be one-way!

The Fosway, Digital Learning Realities for 2019 highlights video as a top growth area of 74%.  It’s great to see a massive rise but also, that interactive video has seen 14% growth in the past 12 months and is set to be one of the fastest growing areas of learning delivery.

By engaging with your audience, allowing user participation beyond 'play' or 'pause' enables learners to personalise and define their learning journey using adaptive content whilst being presented with specific learning objectives to improve their performance, capability, knowledge and skills.

This is an example of our recent Interactive learning course for Mitsubishi Motors.  We've created two impressive interactive learning modules, including assessments, presented in small bite-sized chunks, taking the user up to 10 minutes to complete each one.

This is an example of our recent Interactive learning course for Mitsubishi Motors. We've created two impressive interactive learning modules, including assessments, presented in small bite-sized chunks, taking the user up to 10 minutes to complete each one.

There are many benefits of using interactive video in your learning resources, building on the strengths of video to add layers such as clickable actions that personalise the user-experience, and just like any of our learning modules can be viewed on any device, whenever, wherever.

For example, by creating calls to action, what better way is there to deliver engaging learning through clickable links, buttons, hotspots, drag and drop options, branching, quizzes, polling, captions, forms, scoring and tracking (SCORM/Tin Can) through real-life or simulated scenarios.

The opportunities are endless, we can work with you, to tailor to your needs. Our recent project with Mitsubishi is a great example of how interactive video can work.  

Look out for our forthcoming Mitsubishi case study, where you can find out more detailed information on the creation of the modules, this will be followed by our top tips for working with Drones.

In the interim, contact us for more information about our products and services or an informal chat! 

Fun, Engaging Learning Journeys using Interactive Video

Fun, Engaging Learning Journeys using Interactive Video

Video didn't kill the radio star, it transformed it…

Video didn't kill the radio star, it transformed it…