The Design Process
Learning design typically follows a widely accepted model called “ADDIE”. The result is a winning solution with clear expectations, deliverables, and timelines. The steps are easily applied to website and writing projects.
What is ADDIE?
Five sequential phases from qualifying the need, identifying solutions, completing production, online delivery, and measuring impact.
Identifying gaps between current and desired state and whether learning/content is the best solution.
Outlining the solution in a detailed design document or wireframe for clarity and stakeholder approval.
Building online courses with authoring tools (Articulate or Captivate) and/or websites with WordPress.
Publishing and testing the finished solution on a Learning Management System (LMS) or website.
Reviewing feedback, measuring the extent that objectives have been met, and debriefing results.
When can we do this? How long will it take?
Each project is different, depending on needs. Generally, timeframes depend on the level of interactivity, scaled from from 1 to 4:
With some context, I can estimate project timelines and cost.
Trust the process.
Enjoy the journey.