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The Show - Quarterfinals Round

Updated: Jun 18, 2021

We're now onto the quarterfinals round of The Learning Conference’s “The Show” - where 64 participants battle against each other to win the Best Learning Designer Award. Let's see what this round had us creating. I am so thankful for everyones support, comments and feedback on my submissions!

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The Brief

This brief is from Suzuki, a CEO for a restaurant chain based in Queensland, Australia named 'Hot Noodle'. She is looking for a digital solution based on bullying and harassment within the workplace. Her team are based all around Queensland and work in a fast-paced environment, with her staff being generally university students. Ultimately, the goal is how to transform this typically dry topic in an interactive and engaging way.

Questions to address within the brief

The solution should cover the following three questions:

  • Why this solution was chosen

  • Why this specific approach is recommend

  • How the choice of tool and the recommended approach helps Hot Noodle meet their compliance needs

My Solution

For my solution, I proposed an engaging, interactive and gamified Articulate Storyline 360 course which, thanks to JavaScript, features a live course leaderboard.

Keep reading for your chance to give the course a whirl yourself!

Why this solution was chosen:

"Arise the noodle hero" is an engaging, interactive and gamified solution built in articulate storyline 360. The course leverages variables and JavaScript throughout to create a truly bespoke experience for hot noodle employees, including a course leader board. The course is responsive and can be used across any device, however, is optimised for mobile access.