Games & Simulations
Video & Animation
Instructor-led & Virtual Instructor-led Training
Accessible Learning Content
Gamification is the answer. Gartner Research has proven that gamified learning is more engaging—for learners of all ages! We can help you add gamification to your training program.
We can create:
Gamified eLearning Interactions
Immersive, VR Games
Competitive Learning with Scored Dashboards
Serious, Scored Simulations
Gameplay that Promotes Learning
Virtual reality training could be the answer you’re looking for.
Studies show that the use of virtual reality in training can speed up the time it takes to learn a process, reduce errors, save money, and reduce the amount of time spent in training.
Let us help you create the immersive learning experience of your dreams!
Developing training for mobile requires thinking differently from a design perspective. It also requires utilizing tools, techniques, and technologies differently.
We’ve developed mobile-friendly templates for eLearning designers to use within Lectora, Captivate, and Storyline. And we can do the same for you.
According to Google research, video consumption through mobile devices rises by 100% every year, and 6 out of 10 people already prefer watching an online video compared to content on the TV.
We can build you anything from quick, animated, budget-friendly motion graphic videos to high production value, fully-customized onsite videography—and everything in between.
If you’ve had to recently switch from instructor-led to more virtual alternatives, you may be looking for ways to keep the same level of engagement and interactivity in an online solution. We can help.
We have decades of experience in instructor-led classroom experiences, both through facilitation and design. We love to design instructor-led solutions, whether they stand alone or are part of a blended learning solution for your learners.
Want to transition your current instructor-led training (ILT) into vILT? Talk to us about how to make the switch without losing the personal connection.
Then you need to consider accessibility and inclusion in the design.
In addition, if you’re a government agency or receive funds from a government agency to build your training, it may even be required that your training is fully compliant with Section 508.
Section 508 requires considerations like:
Using good, high-contrast visuals and larger fonts
Embedding transcripts in your courses
Courses that have the ability to be taken without a mouse, with the use of a JAWS screen reader
These strategies enable learners with disabilities such as hearing, visual, or motor impairment to have an equivalent learning experience as those without. Inclusive strategies mean considering learner demographics and backgrounds, reading complexity levels, and more.
No matter the standard of accessibility you’re trying to achieve, eLearning Brothers is your solution partner. We’ve designed courses that have specific elements of accessibility design all the way to fully 508 compliant projects.
Learning Experience Design
Course Translation & Localization
QuickConvert™ PowerPoint to HTML5
Flash to HTML5
Traditional eLearning Courses