If your business needs to develop effective, memorable eLearning courses for your employees, consider instructional design options for online courses. Not only do instructional designers take the time to understand their learners, but they address gaps in performance to drive further skill and knowledge development.
From there, instructional design experts carefully select the ideal combination of learning modalities to achieve the learning goals. Common examples of modalities include microlearning, job-aids, digital learning, action planners, or gamification to help ensure the new skills are integrated successfully into the learner’s job.
What Is Effective Instructional Design?
When you work with Allegro Media Design for your instructional design needs, here are some benefits you can expect:
When Is Instructional Design Needed?
Examples of our training documentation include:
User manuals on how to use our products
Powerpoint training presentations
Reference guides with FAQs
Why Choose Us?
It is through these meaningful client relationships that our true skills and artistry shine. We approach each client with a fresh perspective, providing our guidance and recommendations along the way. You can expect an end product that is engaging, custom-made, and results-driven to have a lasting impact on you and your employees.
Our Instructional Design Process
Learning content that outlines the overall message and how it will be integrated throughout the development process.
Visual assets such as graphs, font size, and color, images, drawings, animations, or other assets can bring the story to life.
Narration if you’re interested in voiceover or closed captions. The subject matter expert will ensure everything is factually accurate.
Developer instructions to help them understand how to build your course.
Training Videos Made by Allegro Media Design
Our training video experts are here to help regardless of your company’s specific needs! Browse through some recent examples of our latest work to help inspire your next training video.