At d’Vinci, we customize our approach to each project based on the size, objectives and client. We adapt leading instructional design and project management methodologies to achieve the desired outcomes while providing an outstanding client experience.
The typical d'Vinci project lifecycle involves five stages: discover, imagine, create, review, and deliver. From idea to user, the d’Vinci team maintains a constant vision of project goals and careful oversight of the project's quality, timeline, and budget.
The d'Vinci team places a high emphasis on continuous communication and feedback. By integrating client feedback at every milestone in our process, we keep the project on a successful path to delivery.
In my 20 years as an eLearning designer/developer, I’ve experienced the ever-changing selection of development tools, rapidly advancing technology standards, as well as the never-ending appearance of new learning theories. Through all these, I’ve come to rely on some constants which transcend all of these. You’ll notice that many of these tips reference the entertainment industry. Keeping these in mind might make your eLearning project a box office success.
Today’s business environment impacts the organizational learning and development function in profound ways. Depending on their industry, training leaders are being pressured by different economic forces. In this video, interviewees share their perspective on what’s impacting them most.
ADP is a leading provider of human resources related products and services to businesses and organization of all sizes all over the world. In an environment obsessed with HR best practices, Carolyn Peer and her team must provide learning solutions that meet high standards and drive ADP’s business goals.
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