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An Interactive Video distinguishes itself from traditional videos by offering learners the opportunity to actively engage with the content. By incorporating features such as clickable elements, draggable objects, scrolling functionality, hover effects, gestures, and other digital actions, learners can interact with the video in a manner akin to their interactions within eLearning courses.
In pursuit of our innovation and exploration goals, Alphabet Factory has developed Interactive Video Learning, a cutting-edge approach that fosters immersive and engaging learning experiences through a wide range of interactive interactions. This innovative method aims to captivate learners and enhance knowledge retention by offering diverse learning opportunities.
We can help you at multiple levels and our development process typically involves the best practices like:
The process begins by understanding the learning objectives, target audience, and specific requirements of the Interactive Video Learning project. This involves collaborating with subject matter experts and stakeholders to identify the key concepts, desired outcomes, and any existing content that can be incorporated.
Content Planning & Storyboarding.
In this phase, instructional designers and multimedia experts work together to plan the content structure and create a storyboard. The storyboard outlines the flow of the interactive video, identifies key scenes or segments, and describes the interactions and visuals that will be included.
Interactive Element Design.
Based on the storyboard, interactive elements are designed to align with the learning objectives. This may involve creating clickable areas, drag-and-drop interactions, quizzes, assessments, simulations, or other interactive components. User experience design principles are considered to ensure intuitive and engaging interactions.
Once the interactive elements are designed, the production phase involves creating or gathering the necessary media assets, such as video footage, animations, images, audio, and graphics. These elements are edited, optimized, and integrated into the interactive video.
Development & Integration.
Interactive Video Learning development requires specialized authoring tools or programming languages to integrate the interactive elements into the video content. This stage involves coding, scripting, or using authoring software to synchronize the interactive elements with the video playback. It also includes ensuring compatibility across different devices and platforms.
Ui & Ux.
The development process incorporates user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design principles to create an intuitive and visually appealing interface. This includes designing navigation menus, interactive buttons, progress indicators and providing clear instructions for learners.
Quality Assurance & Testing.
Rigorous testing is conducted to ensure the functionality, usability, and compatibility of the interactive video across different browsers, devices, and operating systems. Any bugs, errors, or usability issues are identified and addressed to deliver a seamless learning experience.
Deployment & Hosting.
Once the development and testing stages are complete, the Interactive Video Learning content is deployed and hosted on a suitable platform. This may involve integrating the content into a learning management system (LMS) or using a dedicated platform designed for interactive video delivery. The content is made accessible to learners, who can access it on their preferred devices.
At Alphabet factory, we develop two types of curriculum models: the product model and the process model
Alphabet Factory® development capabilities, such as Game UI, real-time game assessment sessions, AI integration tailored to learner responses, SVG animation, and 360 interactivities displayed as pop-ups within the video, can elevate your learner experience to new heights and provide exciting opportunities to engage learners and create a truly immersive and interactive learning environment.
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