Whether you’re on the fence about outsourcing your elearning development, or you need something to show your boss before committing, a simple course prototype goes a long way.
We’ll ask a few brief questions about your project and design preferences and hit you with a sweet little prototype to wrap your brain around.
Some of the FREE templates I’ve developed…
Prototype No. 1
Netflix Style Data Security Course
I built this Netflix style navigation menu for a client who was looking for more of an edgy feel for their security awareness training. Videos were developed with Adobe After Effects. I’ve removed most of the actual content, but you get the idea.
I completed this course prototype based on one chapter of instructor lead course materials. I handled all aspects of development, including storyboarding, scripting, narration, style guides, development and quality analysis. This prototype would go on to serve as the template for a whole catalog of courses designed for servers.
A gaming style prototype designed to get people engaged and learning about WWF hot issues. Designed with Adobe Illustrator and SL 2, this template ended up being expanded and applied to a variety of species awareness modules.
For this project, the client required a very video conscious layout. Design was based on the corporate website with minimal direction. It was enough for me to secure the project and I ended up using a course design that was only slightly different than the prototype.
This is a rather large prototype I developed that would later be used as a template for development of a complete library of courses for an auto-company. I later used Camtasia for screen captures placed throughout the course.
This course was developed through my free prototype service for IBM. I used a variety of Adobe tools for media and graphic development, Camtasia for some video, and Articulate 2 for course development.