Our Simple, Effective Process
We want to make sure you get the best possible results so we’ve created a thorough custom e‑Learning development process to guarantee you get exactly what you need.
We Make Getting Started Easy
Simply contact your account manager who will work with the Lectora team to scope your project and develop a custom proposal. Our sales staff will work with you to determine:
- Objectives and desired outcome
- Technical needs and restrictions
- Budget and timeframe
- Current state of content
Internal Kick-off Meeting
Once you have selected Lectora, an expert project team will be assigned. Depending on the scope of your project, several roles may be assigned such as:
- Project manager
- Instructional Designer
- Course Developer
- Quality Assurance Tester
The project team and account manager will meet to discuss the defined project and statement of work to help our team gain a better understanding of the project, construct ideas and questions for the client kick-off meeting.
At the client kick-off, the project officially begins and the project team will lead you through a comprehensive meeting to outline all aspects of the project. Shortly following the meeting the project manager will develop and deliver the project timeline and a meeting summary document.
Graphical User Interface (GUI) design
Based on the creative preferences and navigational criteria defined at the kick-off meeting, a team of designers will develop multiple design concepts to choose from.
Once the course content and objectives are defined, we’ll develop a storyboard to provide a detailed, visual view of the course. The storyboard will describe the course content, layout, functionality and interactivity. Then, you can review and approve the final storyboard for production.
With the approved interface design, storyboard and prototype, our team will begin full production using a suite of multimedia tools including Lectora.
Once production is complete, the project will move into the Quality Assurance phase which includes, content proofing, validation of functionality, technical compatibility and integration.
You and your team will review the finished project for functionality, content and integration errors. Based on your feedback, the final corrections are made.
Sign-off and Deliverables
When you have approved the course content, functionality and host integration, we will send you the final publish and source files.