Gamification using Gomo

One of the content devs in my team has been testing out Gomo for a client. The reason for going with Gomo, is that the client wanted responsive, SCORM compliant content. They also had one additional requirement – gamification of the content. As an old Flash developer this would have been a walk in the…

Buzzword Decoder: Adaptive Web Design

Source: Buzzword Decoder: Adaptive Web Design : Learning Solutions Magazine by Pamela Hogle “We can be efficient by looking at a mobile-first design and then looking at how to modify that design as the screens scale up,” said Sarah Gilbert, president of meLearning Solutions. As more eLearning moves to mobile devices, adaptive web design helps designers present content…

Coding Responsive Design in Easy Steps 

Source: Coding Responsive Design in Easy Steps : Learning Solutions Magazine by Mark Lassoff “Drop-downs, mouse-overs, and other interactions that may be common on the web simply don’t work on mobile. You have to completely rethink your navigation for a mobile device. Here, simple is better than fancy. A menu with big, usable navigation buttons works…

Responsive course using Atto plugins

With Halloween coming up, I thought I would build a quick course on how to preserve a pumpkin using Atto plugins we have built. Below are two animation showing the course with the browser at two different sizes. The first animation shows the browser wide. This would represent a normal desktop view. The second with…

Responsive content in Moodle

I guess when it comes to creating content that is responsive to the device it is being displayed on, there are a few requirements. Possibly and in no particular order: SCORM compliant Easy to use Offer a number of interactive components Customisable I am sure there are a few more that I have forgotten. Maybe…