Instructional Design

Experience comprehensible knowledge transfer with Instructional Design

Providing correct, complete and understandable instructions is an essential part of safety measures, both in the manufacturing process and in the distribution of products. The user must find clear answers to his questions. Therefore, the aspect of UX/UI design (user experience / user interface) plays a crucial role in instructional design. Furthermore, in most cases, instructions have to comply with legal as well as normative requirements. Based on your marketing strategy, I design instructions for use, labels and packaging. Clarifying step-by-step illustrations included.

The E-learning is an excellent medium for delivering user training materials or contents of employee manuals. The comprehensive information can be organized optimally and with the help of didactic design methods, the knowledge transfer becomes an experience. In addition, a balanced ratio of text, images, animation, interaction and knowledge check has a motivating and formative effect. A user-friendly design ensures that users never lose track. Chapter by chapter, they get closer to the learning goal.

E-Learning / UX & UI Design

Biosecurity in farm animals

Commissioned by the Bundesamt für Lebensmittelsicherheit und Veterinärwesen BLV

Realization of a 5-part e-learning (DE/FR) for farmers and livestock owners.
(Layout concept, illustration, visualization, pictograms, logo, animation, interaction, audio).

The e-learning describes biosecurity on farms and provides basic facts for the promotion and maintenance of animal health. Among other things, the e-learning highlights current risks and protective measures.

E-Learning Instructional Design Promotion Mock-up

The project was developed in close collaboration with the Swiss Bovine Health Service, the Dept. of Swine Medicine at the University of Zurich, as well as SUISAG and WeServe.

How to tie a figure-eight knot

An illustrative concept for step-by-step instructions.

Sicherheit beim Klettern; Knoten korrekt binden lernen.
Every climber needs to know how to properly tie a rope. The reliable figure-eight knot is relatively easy to learn, and the finished knot pattern should be easy to see when checked by your partner.

Solothurn 1940

Though there have been some architectural changes in the past eighty years, fortunately, some natural things remain.

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I created this visualization for personal conceptual reasons, going through a process of illustration, frame-by-frame animation, embedded audio, interaction and coding to finally publish it on websites. You can see the added value users experience from digital media once humor and surprising effects come into play.

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