Meet the Designer
Taresa Scott, M.S. Ed.
Taresa is a challenge seeker who is passionate about implementing learning and development to solve the challenge of employee retention.
With a Master of Science in Education, Taresa established Bleuprint to bring her strong background in customer service and instructional design to resolve your business needs.
As your instructional designer and e-learning developer, you can expect Taresa to develop interactive and engaging training solutions by:
Collaborating with your team to identify goals, audience and objectives.
Developing inclusive solutions that relate to audiences with diverse backgrounds.
Offering personalized solutions to deliver the best learning and user experience.
Evaluating user engagement to create the best learning experience.
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Your e-Learning Developer
At Bleuprint our priority is understanding the specific needs of each client and making sure we apply them throughout the entire design process. This client-centric approach is why we pride ourselves on professionalism, communication and personalized e-learning solutions.
As part of this philosophy, we include our clients in every step of the creative process to ensure that our work meets your expectations. The end result is an interactive learning experience that drives user engagement. Contact us to learn more.
Call directly to fill a missing skill set or role on your team.
Call directly to recruit a professional designer ready to provide a personalized e-learning solution.
Call directly to partner with an experienced designer, who embodies integrity, professionalism and communication.
What does an e-learning developer do?
The e-learning developer is responsible for making sure the course design, delivery, user interface and learner interaction serve the content learning goals and the audience learning style and pace. In addition, the developer ensures all components of an e-learning course are engaging and can be delivered seamlessly.
Your e-learning developer consults with your business directly to establish the why of your e-learning project and gather all relevant information related to the training topic. Your developer will define the visual look and feel of the project to begin developing the course materials. Once the visual is complete your developer will assemble into one cohesive online course.
Online training boosts employee retention by giving them the proper tools to enhance their skills and competencies. Training existing employees is not only significantly cheaper than hiring new ones, but providing educational opportunities to strengthen employee skills also improves their performance and enables them to take on new responsibilities. With a clear path to success ahead of them, employees become more engaged and focused on advancing their careers within the company.
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How does e-learning lead to better employee retention?
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