From creating the storyboard to developing the interactive courses meant for learning. Below, you can learn more facts about the project and the technology which was used in the production of the courses.
At the beginning of the year 2020, we got a phone call from the company Belfor, where they were asking about the services which our company provides. They expressed their interest in the direct meeting, which was soon arranged and Belfor's representative from Germany came to Sarajevo. During the meeting, we were briefed regarding Belfor's intent of making multiple interactive web-based courses meant for the business needs of the company.
Project in details
Take a look at the projects that we've done in collaboration with our business partners. Every project is a story in itself and we took a unique approach for each one of them, trying to achieve high flexibility and the best results.
Belfor provided us with the materials and instructional design, which was our guide for making the courses. Thanks to the good preparation, soon after that, we could start with the design.
Following the available storyboard, we were working on creating every page individually. Our team of designers was trying to convert the detailed instructions into interesting graphic solutions and functional parts of the course. This way, the content that was meant for the professionals becomes a dynamic and interactive course that allows users to learn in a unique way. The Beta version was delivered to our client so they could analyze it, and after certain corrections, we could move on towards finalizing the courses. This meant inserting the audio which was provided to us by Belfor and synchronizing the aforementioned audio with the content on the pages.
This successful collaboration was continued when our team, thanks to the invitation from the Belfor, traveled to Germany and got familiar with Belfor's training center. That's where we made a deal which meant creating a new group of courses that were significantly more complex compared to the previous ones because the new ones were scenario-based courses, that were meant for the internal use. These were Onboarding courses which the company uses for educating and informing their own employees: Code Of Conduct Policy, Handbook, Purchasing Policy, Gift Entertainment Policy, Health Safety Policy, Fair Competition Policy, Anti-Discrimination Policy, Anti-Corruption Policy, Environmental Protection Policy, Data Protection Policy.
The difference here was that compared to the previous group of courses, this time we didn't have the instructional design, so we had to start by creating the storyboards individually using the available source files. These courses were more complex when it comes to production because they required a thought-out story and learning path. The story was set in a real-life environment such as office buildings, driving a car, riding a motorcycle, walking down the street, etc. In order to finish to course, you had to have all the badges which were collected during the most important lessons during the course.
In collaboration with its business partners, Smartlab had done numerous other projects. Take a look at some of the other projects we've been working on.