This page is home to my featured instructional design and eLearning development portfolio pieces.
For these instructional design portfolio pieces, I handled the instructional design as well as the eLearning development tasks. Clients came to me to see the entire project through from start to finish.
I worked alongside the client’s subject matter experts (SMEs) to develop an action map for each course. Once the action map was finalized, I held weekly sessions with SMEs to flesh out the scenario and identify supporting content.
Once the content was near-final for a module, I moved it into production in Articulate Storyline 360.
Due to the client’s budget, this course does not have audio, the interactivity is simple, and the branches are shallow.
That being said, these courses serve as a great example of how you can develop an immersive, learning-rich experience while adhering to a strict budget. (Better yet, the courses implement xAPI, allowing us to monitor how the learners interact with the course and make improvements accordingly.
I began this project with a detailed design document; this is where I outlined the purpose of the program, the learning objectives, the resources that would be available, and the overarching scenario.
From there, I wrote each question and the associated impact that it would have on the main character’s credit score.
I also designed supplemental learning resources that the user could access on demand, such as an infographic and podcast.
Once the design stage was complete, I developed the infographic in Illustrator, I recorded the podcast in Audacity, and I brought everything together in Storyline.
I converted the client’s non-interactive courses into fully-interactive eLearning modules by rebuilding them from the ground up.
I also wrote and developed an immersive branching scenario for each module so that the users can apply their new knowledge or skills in real-world scenarios. Nursing SMEs served as my resource for scenario content.
From there, I developed the modules in Articulate Storyline, incorporating interactive components, sound effects, and more to create an immersive learning experience.
These portfolio pieces highlight my eLearning development skillset.
I partnered with a performance consultant and animated video agency to develop 2 hours of high-end eLearning.
First I reviewed the preliminary storyboard and made recommendations regarding interaction types and technical functionality. Once the storyboard was approved, I worked with videos, narration files, and programming notes to develop the course.
That wraps up my featured instructional design portfolio projects! You can view the rest of my public work here, and we can set up a meeting to explore additional projects if you’re eager to see more.
Anyway, thank you for taking the time to view my portfolio! Please contact me if you have an instructional design or eLearning development project that you would like to discuss.