It’s been a month since we released DesignJot, the first iPad app for instructional design. And we couldn’t be more pleased with the response it’s received from the training and development community. DesignJot has already surpassed our expectations for downloads and we’ve been receiving some excellent feedback.
Here’s what the blogosphere has been saying:
“For those who have never had the pleasure of going through corporate training, it can become quite tedious rather quickly. But with DesignJot those in the business of training employees, whatever their skill level, in-depth training becomes a breeze”
“Professional who write corporate training instruction will find so many great tools that will optimize the process of developing and designing a customized training solution for your clients.”
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“Most of all, I like that it’s an app. The mere fact that it’s self-contained sets it apart from all of the versionitis-ridden Word docs you might ordinarily use to analyze a project.”
The chatter on Twitter has also been encouraging.
Our original intent for DesignJot was to offer a tool that would help corporate trainers and designers. But as was pointed out to us, this app also has benefits for traditional k-12 and higher education.
“Design Jot is a great tool for anyone in an education related role who is designing, or helping to design, learning and teaching materials at all levels of education and training. While the language and wording are geared at trainers and developers of instruction in business contexts, the process you are guided through is equally applicable to K-20 educators. DesignJot will help any teacher or trainer to systematically design and develop a course, unit or workshop.”
Nick Noakes, Director of Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching, at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
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