10 Nov EVENT: The Hard Cell: Writing for Animation in Digital Learning
|Dates||10 NOV / 2016|
|Times||10:00am – 5:00pm (registration opens at 9.15am)|
|Price||£95+VAT for eLN Members (£125+VAT for Non-Members)|
|Speakers||Elly Davies, Senior Learning Designer, Brightwave|
Building on last year’s success, The eLearning Network hosted “eLN Connect 2016: Learning in a Digital World” – their annual event at London’s Grange Tower Bridge Hotel.
With a series of talks from industry leaders sharing case studies and thoughts on trends in learning, conference themes included:
- Tools & Technology
- and the important concept of ‘Making a Difference’.
Brightwave’s Senior Learning Design Elly Davies contributed to the day’s programme.
The Hard Cell: Writing for Animation in Digital Learning
Engaging, inspiring and informative, they are one of our oldest and most versatile visual media – and with technological advances exploding traditional barriers to entry, animations are becoming an ever-more attractive option for digital learning projects. But the sheer scope and possibility of writing for animation can be a challenge in itself. From music to movement, and from visuals to learning impact, every element requires careful planning and a consistent focus on your learning needs.
With fresh, real-life examples and case studies from our clients, Elly:
- provided a masterclass in how to write effective animated learning content
- offered attendees the know-how to use animations to deliver complex learning demands and real behaviour change from real-life examples and hard-won experiences.
- shareed expert tips to ensure your learning animations are less Looney Tunes and more Studio Ghibli.
An e-Learning professional with over 10 years’ experience designing and creating digital media, Elly is an effective and innovative senior designer with excellent attention to detail, adept at creating solutions in a range of styles on a variety of topics. She designs highly creative approaches from inception through to delivery and has extensive technical expertise; Elly’s highly skilled at designing everything from system simulations and tutorials, through to games and interactive scenarios for multiple platforms and devices.
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Nick Eastham, Solutions Technical Manager also delivered a presentation at the event.
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