the creation of learning material through careful consideration and analysis of how learners engage, interact and learn. the use of creative educational tools, psychology, technology and evaluation methods to support learners in achieving their learning goals.
Why are organizations investing in Instructional Designers instead of just creating their own training?
Instructional designers consider the strengths and challenges of the learner group and ensures they will learn efficiently by creating high quality and customized learning materials
Instructional designers create lesson plans intended to engage students, so they're more likely to achieve their goals and enjoy what they’re learning
Instructional designers create engaging programs not just for the learner but also for in-house or external instructors, this allows organizations to safeguard against inconsistencies in training structure or challenges maintaining quality control in learning and development due to instructor turnover, gaps in scheduled learning, or multi-instructor courses
Instructional designers create customized learning objectives and associated evaluation methods so learners and organizations are successful in meeting the overall performance or learning goal.
how it works
Creating or updating training can be overwhelming, and we’re here to help make it a little easier and maybe even a little fun for your crew! After submitting our intake form below, we’ll be in touch by e-mail to set up an initial chat or answer your questions you have about working with us. If you decide that you’d love to work with us, we’ll send you a project outline/timeline, a partnership contract, and a project template to complete, so we can get started making it all happen. A few weeks after we start working on your project, we’ll send over an initial draft (storyboard) for your approval. This is the part where you get to see the vision mapped out on paper, and you’ll look at all the puzzle pieces put together, so you can provide feedback on any major changes that need to be made before we dig into all the work. After you approve the storyboard, we’ll work away according to the project timeline and get in touch with an initial draft sample. This is the part where you get to really see your vision coming to life, and we want to make sure everything is on track and looking the way you want it to. Once this sample is approved, we’ll work away at completing the project and will present you with a final draft. You can include some of your team members at this stage to review and provide feedback. Once we’ve gathered all the feedback and any minor tweaks, we’ll present you with the final project package, and you can start planning your celebratory launch!
what our clients say
"Over the last several years, we have contracted Kayella for all 3 editions of our resource manual. We have been so pleased with the layouts and content, as well her eye for updating the design and graphics as each new edition has been created. We don't even look elsewhere because we are so satisfied with the quality of her work and ability to meet her promised deadlines."