Come December ’20, Adobe will no longer support Flash. We can help you capitalize this opportunity to not only migrate your courses to HTML5 but also create a higher impact training.
The number of Chrome users who’ve loaded at least one page containing Flash content per day has gone down from around 80% in 2014 to under 5% in 2019. (Chromium)
While Flash to HTML5 Migration is a necessity, it can be used to adopt learning strategies that can lead to a higher impact training and a better ROI. We will help you identify the strategy that fits the required training objectives, budgets, and meet the deadline of migration before 2020 ends.
Whether you have the source files or otherwise, our team can help you in 3 ways:
As you embark on this Flash to HTML5 conversion journey, don’t just opt for a technology update (new courses look the same although they are HTML5 compliant) but use this opportunity by relooking at the learning strategies that can help you maximize the impact of the new courses you develop.
To improve the ROI, you need a series of measures to be in place that we can help you with, including improving the learner’s interest and reaction, adopting sticky learning strategies, and providing measures to push the application of the acquired knowledge.
With all these measures in place, you will see an improvement on various levels including:
All of these will lead to an improvement of the ROI.
As you plan the Flash to HTML5 Migration services, there is a need to identify if the courses should be Mobile-friendly (adaptive) or Mobile-first (completely responsive).
You must use the Flash to HTML5 Migration services opportunity to use the learning strategies that create a higher learner engagement and a stickier learning experience.
Based on this assessment and your new mandate, we will recommend a strategy that will help you create a much higher learning experience.
These include strategies that work well on mobile devices. For instance, you can opt for Microlearning and Social Learning and see the impact soar.
Use this opportunity to opt for formats, like Interactive Videos and Mobile Apps, for learning that aligns better with Mobile Learning.
Use this opportunity to ensure that learners get focused learning nuggets that align to their interest, proficiency, and role.
Take this opportunity to look at specific design approaches that would appeal to your millennial workforce.
Take the learners through a “learning journey”-based approach. Integrate Performance Support Tools that are available to learners within their workflow and push knowledge acquisition to application.
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