Instructional Design

Once the essential course outline and content are developed, instructional design begins. This is the iterative process of translating that essential content into online learning experiences for a variety of learning styles using accessible language, graphics, photos, voices and interactive technologies. Kabisa has used Articulate 360 for over 10 years and loves this ever-evolving, industry-leading creator platform for online learning.

We like to storyboard right in Articulate. For clients who aren’t familiar with Articulate, it introduces them quickly to the possibilities — and sometimes the limitations — of the platform. For clients who do know Articulate, they enjoy the ease of providing feedback and suggestions using their own knowledge of the platform and Articulate’s review function. We also use the storyboarding function to test our understanding of the content. We’re learners too!

We typically receive content in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes it’s a document, sometimes a PowerPoint, sometimes it’s a series of Zooms, sometimes an older version of a course that needs updating. It’s never a straight translation into Articulate. Between Articulate Storyline (where one creates animated videos) and Articulate Rise (an interactive platform), there is a world of possibilities for presenting the material. We look at the content as a whole, consider the intended audience, and weave an interactive narrative making the best use of the software.

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