Our solutions are developed using agile variation on the classic instructional systems development method ADDIE (Analysis > Design > Development > Implementation > Evaluation). Rather than a classic waterfall cascade with one element being the input for the next, we utilise a number of iterations to ensure that the final output is tuned along the way to ensure that it delivers what is expected. This iterative approach enables solutions to be responsive to user needs.
The solution will be developed as a series of designs and prototypes. Much like the sprints in Scrum/Agile development these designs and prototypes will emerge from a series of questions/challenges:
What do users need?
What interactivity can be created?
Which areas of the subject matter should be tackled?
How can usability be ensured?
What will the interface look like?