At Uncanny Owl we do a lot more than just create engaging elearning programs. While that’s certainly our core business, we have completed some interesting work in other areas over the last month that’s worth sharing.
We continue to get a lot of attention for our LearnDash work. We’ve helped both a boating company and transcription business set up LearnDash platforms and course content recently (names withheld because they haven’t launched) and we start another big LearnDash project next week. Most of our inquiries for LearnDash work seem to come from California now; a number of startups are turning to LearnDash as a low-cost way to develop Minimum Viable Products in the edtech industry. For basic hypothesis testing and model validation, it works quite well—even if some manual interventions are still needed in the workflow. If you’re looking to build your MVP and need some LMS features, we may be able to point you in the right direction or lend a hand.
We’ve also been busy with some web development projects recently (which does tend to go hand-in-hand with LearnDash development). A few days ago we launched a redesign of ManchesterCF.com, a Toronto-based company that provides financial crime training and advisory services. We also recently launched torontotrackdays.com, a pet project for Ken that helps Southern Ontario track enthusiasts find events and support. We’ve also taken over a marketing automation cleanup and reengineering project for a mid-sized software company.
The work is busy and diverse, but it keeps things interesting and really hones our ability to serve as a one-stop shop for everything elearning, from creating courseware to building the platforms to deliver it effectively (and profitably).