Instructional Designing Portfolio

With years of experienced in e-learning & Instructional designing PAL InfoCom team understands what is the exact requirement of clients. We specialize in creating interactive and effective courses.

We will like to share a quick glance of such projects:

Learn & Explore Sunglass Options

To develop engaging and attractive e-course that will help sales user to explore the sunglasses like how it looks, what it does as well as its benefits and the things to consider when discussing an option with a customer. Sales user will be narrowed down the options to the 3 best suited for each of his customers. In this course, the sales executive will see what they liked and how their experience with new sunglasses after they left the store.

Geometry Box Game

To create an interactive mathematical e-course game, that gives the chance to learn about the various types of triangles in a tricky and interesting way. User has to check their knowledge by dragging the correct triangle to geometry box and help superhero to rise step by step in a limited time period.

Baby Learning eCourse

To develop an e-course for parents that describes the various activities of a baby in animated form. This course is developed in two different languages (English and Chinese). Keeping in mind various baby activities the user has to complete the quiz activity at the end of the course.

Food Safety Training

To develop an attractive e-course in Articulate Storyline that describes food safety. This course is developed in two different languages (English and French). Keeping in mind food safety description users are allowed to attempt various quiz questions at the end of the course.

Popular PAC MAN Game

To recreate a old and popular game in e-course, the score in this game increases as user collect more and more points by moving Pac-man in different directions escaping from the various obstacles in its way and total scores are revealed after the completion of the game. Also, note that this game has been totally created in Articulate Storyline and we haven’t used any flash component to create the game.










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