Great learning design starts with learners and what they are trying to achieve. We start by finding out as much as we can about them – their motivations, their reasons for learning, the problems they need to solve, and their learning context. It’s also vital to have clarity on your aims as a learning provider – your business goals, your stakeholder priorities, and a shared understanding of what success would look like.
It’s important to come up with creative, high-potential ideas that go straight to the heart of the problem you’re trying to solve. We follow the design thinking process of starting with a divergent approach to generate a wide range of ideas, before moving on to a convergent thinking stage where we home in on the best ideas and develop them further.
Once we’ve decided on a solution, we develop a prototype that tests how well it works – by putting it in the hands of real-world learners. Your prototype could be anything from paper mock-ups to clickable wireframes, or even a small piece of working software. We’ll then take what we’ve learned from the prototype to either refine and re-test the solution or develop the spec and project plan for a full build.
LearnJam was critical in helping Edwin build its business from our initial ideation process to launch, deployment, revenue, and now scaling. They helped us build our core business proposition from the ground up.
Edwin is a New York based cybersecurity startup. We worked with them to develop the learning approach and content for a product which doesn't just tell users how to be more cyber-secure, but helps them develop lasting behaviours that result in long term security.Learn more
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