Hi! I'm Karl Richter. I'm a blended learning designer & coach.
I’ve spent the last 15 years as a freelance Instructional Designer, Technical Writer, and Storyline Developer. My team and I have built thousands of online modules and resources.
I’ve decided to share how we do it. For free.
I share my favorite tips for writing, designing, and developing learning using tools like Articulate Storyline.
Each month I host free webinars. Space is limited sign up today. View schedule.
To keep your design palate clean, we send out a tongue-in-cheek newsletter each month called eLearning Recipes.
These templates and ideas for interactions deliver fresh ideas you can use to spice up your next project.
We help corporate Learning and Development departments make blended learning experiences that help employees reach business goals.
I'll show you how to easy and fun it is to build eLearning using Articulate Storyline.
Join a free monthly webinar, take a self-study video challenge, or book us for an instructor led train-the-trainer workshop.
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"Karl was able to get our team from having never opened Storyline to developing courses and interactions after just a few sessions!"
- Matthew Flispart, Baptist Health, Louisville KY
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Imagine your options for designing a training program were ingredients for a meal.
You wouldn't eat a webinar, instructor led course, game, or cheat sheet, but you could combine them the next time your company rolls out a new online system.
eLearning Recipes are templates and ideas for interactions you sprinkle into your plans to help learners absorb new information and practice skills.
As any experienced chef knows, you can tweak and modify any recipe to meet your needs. Look through your company's fridge and find the right ingredients for your culture, budget, and goals then get cookin'!
What's the main dish in this metaphor? Can we add a side of veggies or a scoop of mashed potatoes? Does it come with desert? Sign up to find out.