Is your Digital Learning Content Accessible?

Accessible digital learning content creates a richer learning experience for all users and should be at the heart of our design and development processes. Use this simple Accessibility Checklist to help you start creating accessible digital learning content. Keep this checklist close to hand when designing and QAing your content. We’ve included items from the […]

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How to apply accessibility guidelines (WCAG) to digital learning content design

Inclusive digital learning content that is accessible for learners with disabilities and changing needs (e.g. through age) is guided by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). This article will introduce you to the four main principles of these WCAG and how you might apply these accessibility guidelines to digital learning content design.

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What does accessibility mean for digital learning content?

You are likely to have heard the term accessibility within a physical spaces context, where our spaces and facilities are designed so that everyone can have equal access regardless of their needs. But with our lives increasingly taking place online we need to ensure that our digital spaces are also inclusive and accessible to all […]

Engage Process Team Collaboration

Empower your team with Engage Process for collaborative process management

Traditionally, a process management meeting might involve senior management, those with process management qualifications and years of experience. A top-down approach would be employed, and tasks delegated to a team, many of whom might not be in attendance. Although the objective of the process meeting would be to review and improve process efficiency, the outcome […]


LRS vs LMS: A comparison for tracking and reporting digital learning

Learning technology has come a long way since the first Learning Management System was developed in the 1990s. With most people now using mobile devices to access the internet, content is much more easily accessible and readily available. The concept of informal, social learning is also more prevalent, whereby learning occurs in a social context […]

Unsupported Software: Avoiding Cybersecurity Risks to your Business

Unsupported Software: Avoiding Cybersecurity Risks to your Business

Unsupported software refers to any software in use within an organisation that is no longer supported by the vendor, i.e. the provision of updates and technical ‘patches’ or fixes. There are several reasons why an organisation may be using unsupported software.  In some instances, an organisation may have no choice than to continue using “legacy” […]

Interactive Walkthrough for IT Training

Using Interactive Walkthrough for IT Training

According to a study undertaken by technological research firm Gartner, between 55-75% of all Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) projects fail or don’t meet their objectives. Amongst others, a common reason for ERP project failure is due to the platform users’ inability to understand and adjust to a change in process or platform, or both. Whether […]

Implementing Continuous Improvement with Engage Process

More than ever, the current financial climate has driven countless organisations to re-evaluate their costs and ongoing internal efficiencies. Promoting continuous improvement in the workplace and streamlining working practices using a recognised tool is now an option considered by many. Irrespective of whether you’re a government department or an SME, every organisation must acknowledge that […]

Benefits of Process Mapping with Engage Process

The value that a process-driven approach can provide to any project should not be underestimated. On a learning content development project, to accelerate development and avoid re-work, it is important to map out and lock down the processes that need to be captured before starting to develop your content.  During initial scoping discussions with our […]

Supporting Training Content Development with Engage Process

It is not unusual during the recording of IT training content and learning materials to encounter incomplete or incorrect system screens and/or scripts. A typical IT Project will consist of a complex matrix of workstreams for each area of the organisation, for example procure to pay, production, stock control, etc. Add to that an intricate […]