Interactive Design

Why should you pursue interactive design?

Instructional design in e-learning is like creating a fun and interesting digital game or story that helps you learn new things. It’s a way to plan and make learning activities on the computer or tablet, so you can have a great time while learning important stuff. People who do this job think about what you need to learn how to make it fun and easy to understand, and how to make sure you remember what you learned.

How can we build a solution that addresses your needs?

We provide a comprehensive, end-to-end service that begins with a detailed needs analysis to understand your unique educational objectives and target audience. Leveraging our multidisciplinary team of experts, we design a tailored learning experience, complete with interactive elements, intuitive user interfaces, and robust backend support, all rigorously tested for effectiveness and usability.

Lack of Engagement

Long blocks of plain text or lectures can cause learners to tune out. Interactive elements help sustain interest.

Difficulty In Applying Knowledge

Passive learning does not allow practice applying concepts. Interactive scenarios, simulations, and problem-solving build skills.

Monotonous Trainings

Without interactivity, learners may not be motivated to truly pay attention. Gamification and social engagement leverage motivation and involvement.

How can you build a solution that addresses your needs?

Leveraging proven instructional design frameworks, we consultatively assess your unique needs, map targeted learning goals, employ diverse learning strategies focused on demonstrated proficiency, ensure multi-device accessibility, and track ROI – tailoring and customizing an engaging, outcomes-driven e-learning solution that measurably improves learner knowledge, skills, and performance.

1. Requirement Gathering

Working to gather key success imperatives

2. Storyboarding

Building a storyboard based on the requirements received

3. Course Design

Building the course based on the storyboard

4. Test and Revise

Course dry-run, making revisions as necessary

5. Deployment

Deploying course content in production


  • Enhanced Engagement: Interactive design often increases learner engagement. Engaged learners are more likely to complete courses and retain the information presented, leading to better educational outcomes.
  • Adaptive Learning: Interactive design can enable real-time adjustments to the learning path, providing more personalized learning experiences. This can be highly effective in addressing individual learners’ needs.
  • Data Collection and Analysis: Interactivity allows platforms to collect granular data on how users interact with the course material. This data can be analyzed to improve course design and tailor future learning experiences.
  • Skill Building: Simulations, scenarios, and interactive exercises allow learners to apply knowledge in a safe, controlled environment, promoting skill development and retention.

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