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    What are the steps you take to create a new course?  What do you find to be efficient?  For example, when I’m creating ideas for a new learning game, I would take these steps.

    1. What do I want to teach
    2. How long do I want to engage the user
    3. What is the game’s theme.  Fantasy, realism, etc.
    4. Create instructions
    5. Create assets
    6. Create game

    Of course, this is a very simple explanation,  but thought it would be a good way to get the ball rolling.

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    I’m still very into ADDIE. I like to storyboard ahead of time if possible. Here’s a free template I created: https://www.trivantis.com/user/freebie-friday-storyboard-template/. I also like getting all of my resources together ahead of time i.e. diving into the stock photo abyss, pick colors, find videos and audio files, etc.

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    I kind of have the same approach with assets.  I like to call it the layering approach.  I start with the bottom layer.  Which in most cases is the background.  After then, I will create the images of any kind of interactions, or images that might change.  Then I will add the actions/or action groups.  Then if called for, sound effects, or other effects to finish the page.  Again, a very simplified version.  But for me this allows me to build everything a layer at a time, and refine each layer before adding another.

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    I like that approach! It follows along with how we suggest developing which is to establish a good base on the Design ribbon and at your title level before diving into each individual page.

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