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What is Asynchronous Learning?

Elearning seems to be the preferred method for training and educating people in the modern age –  even more so because of the events of the COVID-19 pandemic, where many had to leave their offices or lecture halls and remain at home. Aside from the lockdowns, eLearning provides learners with the flexibility and control that

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New Website Launch: The Wee Shop

When we were asked by a shop that stocks hundreds of different kinds of retro sweets to create an ecommerce store to take their products nationally…well, it may have been the fastest ‘yes’ we’ve ever said! The Wee Shop lets you order your favourite sweets, make unique gifts online, and even book newspapers for delivery

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New Website Launch: Nutriheal Ireland

We’ve had the pleasure of working with the team at Nutriheal for several years now, and we were so pleased to be able to help them create a site specific to their Irish market customers. The site includes a full Learning Management System (LMS), live chat, a blog and more. Take a look

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New Website Launch – Weddings Designed

Weddings Designed is an established wedding advice website and blog that receives lots of daily traffic, but the website design needed refreshed. The goal was to update the website and design without compromising the traffic or existing performance of the website…so we did! The site now looks great and performs even better than it did

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What is eLearning Gamification?

For many of us, when someone talks about eLearning, it conjures up images of reading lots of text slides, pull down menus and multiple-choice assessments – to be honest, it all sounds rather dull. But eLearning does not have to be that way – what if it was more like a game? What does eLearning

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How Do I Make My Content Engaging?

Creating content isn’t easy.  In fact it is a huge amount of work for most businesses – so how do you know if it’s worth all of the effort?  How do you know if your content is engaging?  What signals should you be looking for? How do you measure engagement? In real life, if you

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New Websites Launched – Thrive & Jamie Scott PT

We have had the privilege of working with Jamie Scott and his team at Thrive for about a year now and we have loved every minute! Not only do they have the BEST snacks at meetings, but they are the nicest team to work with. As well as some marketing assistance, we have launched two

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How Storytelling can Improve your eLearning

We love stories – have done for centuries. Storytelling has been a part of human culture for literally thousands of years: from the early cave paintings to works of literature that create new worlds and languages. Even today, where technology has enabled us to have a constant stream of information in the palm of our

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elearning
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What do you need to know before you build a course?

So you want to build a course…where do you start? It doesn’t matter whether it’s a face-to-face workshop, or an elearning course, the route to success is the same… 1. What are you trying to teach them? Setting your learning objectives has to be the first step, but it’s one that people often skip, or

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New Website Launch – Furniture Barn Scotland

Furniture Barn Scotland has been a long established local firm offering interior design services as well as gorgeous furniture and decor for your home.  The team asked Kuka to build them a new website that would allow their current customers to continue shopping through lockdown, and enable customers throughout the UK to order their stunning

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How to make your Website a Success in the New Normal

Clients don’t come into your offices like they used to; physical store fronts don’t get the footfall that they used to; so websites have to work harder than they used to.  Now we are being tasked with giving people the ‘in person’ experience when they are sitting at home, but how on earth do you

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How to make eLearning accessible for all

We can all agree that the last two years have been challenging for everyone.  For some the biggest test was the adjustment to working from home. Although people can now return to the office, many companies have decided to keep their staff working remotely. Now that spare bedroom (or shed) became the office, it also

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