E-learning and Instructional Design

My interest in marrying sound, color, motion, patterns, and plain language to help people understand new subjects has finally found an outlet  thanks to San Francisco State University’s e-learning and instructional design certificate program.

The grad-level instruction on how to present information so that it engages users no matter their preferred style of learning was just invaluable. I especially loved working with Adobe Captivate, the e-learner developer’s software of choice.

Below are sample projects I created. There are definitely more to come. Since these are videos of Captivate files there’s no interactivity, but I hope that you’ll enjoy them anyhow. The text-to-voice feature cracks me up.


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