The Show - Second Submission

As you know, I'm currently competing in The Learning Conference’s “The Show” - where 64 participants battle against each other to win the Best Learning Designer Award.


If you missed the original announcement, click here to take a read and be sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel (https://bit.ly/2TlJSLS) so you get notified to vote for my projects!

We're onto our second round, so let's take a look at what our second brief saw us creating!


The Brief

This brief is from a not for profit organisation named LGBT Collective who want a solution made for their team to up-skill them on health, wellbeing and resilience.


This solution had some key requirements such as a tight budget ($5,000), requiring no learning management system and something which could be implemented straight away.


Key Questions to Address

Our proposals should cover three key questions, and of course, the project specs from the client. The three key questions were;

  1. What would your solution include?

  2. Why is this solution the best option for the client?

  3. How would it be implemented?


My Solution


Check out the working demo at healthcollective.carrd.co

What would your solution include?

This solution uses Carrd.co which is designed as an information portal called HEALTH.Collective for the employees of the LGBT Collective. The portal is responsive to any device, ensuring employees can access the content - whenever and wherever they are.


This solution leverages Voiceflow to create an intuitive and personalised user-driven voice-experience (VX) named Carly, without code. Carly is designed to deliver just-in-time-learning, reminders, courses and relaxation sessions to the employees of LGBT Collective via Alexa and Google Assistant.


Furthermore, scope exists to leverage the A-Frame source code (zero cost) to create virtual reality (VR) experiences housed within Carrd.co to illustrate online classes such as pilates and yoga, further focusing on health and wellbeing.


Why is this solution the best option for the client?

LGBT Collective is a self-described forward-thinking organisation with a small budget and are looking for a solution which is 'outside-the-box' whilst not utilising an LMS.


The solution makes use of emerging technology to introduce Carly by HEALTH.Collective who is a conversational, friendly and personable coach accessible via Alexa and Google Assistant. Carly strives to ensure the team at LGBT Collective are well-informed about health, wellbeing and resilience - even providing built-in meditation sessions. She is accessible 24/7, across any device for the team at LGBT Collective, providing access to health, wellbeing and resilience learning anytime.


The power of this solution is in the accessibility and personalised approach to deliver learning to empower LGBT Collective employees to enhance their health, wellbeing and resilience to better serve their customers.


How would it be implemented?

By using Carrd.co and Voiceflow, LGBT Collective can implement this solution to the Alexa Developer console and Google Actions console, allowing for immediate release and distribution - all without a Learning Management System (LMS). Carrd.co can also be developed to act as a repository, allowing call-backs by Carly to resources and other essential information.



Voting for my solution

I would be so grateful if you could come vote for my solution. Follow these simple steps below to vote for my solution.

  1. Go to https://youtu.be/2ZUcxLnsmow

  2. Watch the video (my solution is at 13:22 mark)

  3. Then head to the Google Form to vote (link in the video description)

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TROY ASHMAN

Sydney, NSW

Australia 2127

troyashman@gmail.com

0434-043-405

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