Christmas wishes…& The CEO’s speech

Christmas wishes…& The CEO’s speech

Thank you for your support & custom during 2018. Wishing you and your families a Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2019. From all the team at Embridge Consulting The Queen’s CEO’s speech. Embridge Consulting have once again had another record year. We...
It’s a wrap

It’s a wrap

As 2018 draws to a close, the conversations around the GLAD team start to become reflective. The team are discussing what we have achieved this year. At the start of 2018, we released some additions to our of ‘Off the Shelf’ library, including the one thing that we...

Bespoke vs off the shelf elearning

Bespoke or Off the shelf eLearningWhen it comes to using eLearning to train your employees there are two most common routes. Off the shelf, elearning courses are ready to go, pre-written and quick to set up. Bespoke courses written especially for your organisation....
Typography Design in eLearning

Typography Design in eLearning

Typography Design in eLearning Part of my daily routine is to look at current design trends and inspiration. Something I’ve noticed this week is the number of typography Designs that have a feature. This got me thinking about how most graphic design is in fact made...
Open eLearning Event

Open eLearning Event

Open Elearning Event Sometimes we have a tendency to get stuck in our own ways and get very focused on what are doing. We have been thinking about this recently and realised that we don’t even know what some of the other business in our building do! So we want to...
Has Gamification Gone Too Far?

Has Gamification Gone Too Far?

Has Gamification Gone Too Far?This is something we have been discussing in the office. KFC caused a storm on social media with their new way to train employees – and it’s straight out of a horror movie. Announcing that it would be training employees with a...
GDPR: What is it and why is it important?

GDPR: What is it and why is it important?

GDPR: What is it and why is it important? Reference to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is everywhere now. In some cases, it is already regarded as a buzzword. Buzzwords usually exist for a reason. The reason GDPR is such a hot topic of conversation is...

Implementing modern UI Design into elearning

Creating an app or web interface is a complex task which requires a variety of skilled people, business analysts, programmers and graphic designers. When it comes to designers, UX and UI work alongside each other in the first phase of development. User Experience (UX)...
Four Courses and an LMS

Four Courses and an LMS

Four Courses and an LMS Time to implement: Two months. The client The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) represents nurses and nursing, promoting excellence in practice and shapes of health policies. The Challenge RCN were developing a new Member Communication Centre, an...

Learning Technologies 2018

As always is has been great to see what is happening in the world of learning technologies at the yearly conference and exhibition at Olympia, London. And WOW! what a lot is happening. Our first impression was it was a busy 2 days, a lot of people and very crowded...

Pantone Colour of the Year 2018

After years of greens and previously soft pastel colours, this year’s 2018 announcement of PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet shows Pantone leading us into the future with a bang. The impact of this colour announcement plays a vital role in the creative industry. A role...

Looking Forward to 2018 – the Year Ahead

As we move into 2018 we know that the hot topics in learning are, VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality). These may not be accessible to all yet, so what else is out there? Gamification continues to grow as we motivate learners with leader boards and badges...
Five Tips for Elearning Storyboards

Five Tips for Elearning Storyboards

Five Tips for Elearning Storyboards In the 1930s, a Disney animator called Webb Smith did something which has a surprising impact on the world of educational technology today. He started to doodle sequential scenes for a new cartoon and pin them up on the walls of his...
Mystery Meat Navigation Design in Elearning

Mystery Meat Navigation Design in Elearning

Mystery Meat NavigationIn 1998, Vincent Flanders, author of the perennially amusing Web Pages that Suck, coined the phrase Mystery Meat Navigation (or MMN) for web pages which didn’t make clear the destination of a link before it was clicked on. As you’ll already know...

Would you leave ADDIE for SAM?

Throughout all educational experiences there will always be a need for instructional design models and, a variety of processes have been introduced as a solid instructional design format over the years. All to assist with the creation of client content, these make...