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Bad News, Good News

Bad News, Good News >

While Left Brain Media has been creating captivating media solutions for two decades, we produced a elearning demo reel you can watch in just two minutes. Let us power your next project.

Reclaim Your Rhythm

Reclaim Your Rhythm >

Reclaim Your Rhythm is a recent website for one of our favorite clients. The organization is holding a special voting event on Instagram for Black History Month. The client needed a way to track a fan-favorite event running for the month of February 2022.

Change AFib

Change AFib >

This is one of the many dozens of websites we have created for this client over the last 16 years. The first page has a counter that estimates the number of patients with AFib in the United States based on published studies.

Health-Related Motion Graphic

Health-Related Motion Graphic >

With this quick project, the client needed a motion graphic to display in an exhibit booth. We were given a rough, text-only script and a five-day turnaround time. We edited the script, sourced music, mocked up a full storyboard, got approval, and then created the motion graphic.

Winning Elements of eLearning Gamification

Winning Elements of eLearning Gamification >

Jeopardy, MythBusters, trivia games, Words with Friends, Duolingo, Comedy Defensive Driving courses, and eLearning gamification… What do they have in common? They all bring fun to learning, which engages the audience and makes content memorable.

Sharpspring Sales and Marketing Automation Platform

Sharpspring Sales and Marketing Automation Platform >

SharpSpring is a complete sales and marketing automation platform that is very powerful, user friendly, and affordable for any organization. We recently became a reseller of the SharpSpring platform, which allows us to sell it at a discounted rate and provide our clients custom support as needed.

Five Pet Peeves of Custom eLearning

Five Pet Peeves of Custom eLearning >

When an organization invests resources to roll out training, it’s a huge disappointment when the audience feedback consists of eye rolls, complaints, and the indifferent “meh.” Throughout our 20 years in custom eLearning development, we have seen the best and worst of what the industry has to offer.

The Big Deal About Microlearning

The Big Deal About Microlearning >

When and How to Use a Bite-Sized Training Strategy
Do you ever feel like the rope in tug-of-war, being pulled by things vying for your attention? Chances are you do, and so does your training audience.

The Culprits of eLearning Scope Creep

The Culprits of eLearning Scope Creep >

Earlier, we shared a checklist to follow when writing an eLearning RFP to ensure realistic quotes. But once your project is underway, you need to be aware of traps that could lead to eLearning scope creep.

Planning for eLearning Development

Planning for eLearning Development >

In this article, we introduce the common phases of traditional eLearning development. As we look at each phase, we will also provide some general scoping recommendations as you consider the eLearning course budget. Next, we will briefly highlight some alternative approaches to both eLearning and eLearning development.

CEO Roundtable

CEO Roundtable >

This current project is for a CEO Roundtable on health in the workplace. The WordPress template is modified to match their other web properties.

Health Games Website

Health Games Website >

One of our retail chain clients wanted to help its employees gain the knowledge needed to make healthy life choices. The client had a ton of content to cover, but the employees often just had short periods of time to learn the material because of competing demands. It was a great opportunity to leverage gamification.

Join Hands, Save Lives

Join Hands, Save Lives >

This promotional video is for the one of our favorite clients, and also the winner of 5 Telly Awards. This video is a good sample of quality created on a relatively limited budget. It used some volunteer actors and required access to facilities and equipment to make things realistic.