We’ve worked with diverse groups of clients from the retail sector through to educational institutions and start-ups with a focus on eLearning as a key driver of strategy. We have not only worked with our clients to build clever and robust learning solutions, we’ve also advised on strategic direction and student experience. Check out the following examples of our work to see what we’re talking about.
Interactive learning design and development
The Plato Project is a new business school focusing on purpose-driven outcomes, entrepreneurship and mindful leadership. We’ve worked with this passionate start-up to write, design and develop interactive materials like the following, to support a blended learning solution.
Please note, these are only previews of Plato’s interactive experience:
Learoy builds contemporary eLearning for the VET sector and we were an integral part of this start-up – transforming what is usually a standard learning experience into something fresh and modern.
Learoy’s Demo ©Learoy 2015
Workshop design and facilitation
We’ve worked with The Good Guys and Bardot to design and facilitate engaging workshops for both leadership groups and employees to help boost productivity and performance. The following example demonstrates a creative, forward-thinking approach while the second example is more traditional in nature:
Student experience design
We’ve worked with several education institutions on strategy and seamlessly integrating the end to end student experience. The following is a recent example:
Authoring customised learning materials
The following examples of custom-written learning materials, demonstrate our ability to write for diverse audiences and inspire engagement. We easily adjust style and tone to reflect client requirements and deliver on outcomes.
Business Education eBook Examples ©Learoy 2015
Design and development upgrades
We take existing learning materials and refresh them so that they are consistent with current trends and/or technological requirements. We review content, add or update graphic elements and sometimes incorporate video or interactive elements to improve the learner experience. Here’s a recent example: