Mike Wooles: eLearning design portfolio


Thanks for visiting my portfolio – I am passionate about e-learning and content creation that supports a learners journey.  

Here are some examples of recent projects to illustrate my skills creating instructional video, static learning content, interactive features, animation and voice-over.  


‘How to’ software demo (Video/audio & overlay)

Making translation changes in Drupal CMS

Learning Objectives:

  • Show web administrators how to add/edit translated text to resolve customer issues
  • Speed up resolution / involve fewer teams in language updates


Resources guide (Video/audio)

A visual tour of web resources for the Virtual Try-On Facebook share function

Learning Objectives:

  • Show variety of static resources created for a digital feature release
  • Enable web administrators to activate / configure the share function


Personal skills course (Course content/Video/audio)

An extract from ‘Staying calm in challenging times’ – currently being created as a test project for the Udemy platform

Learning Objectives:

  • The importance of investing in a calm state of mind
  • How your voice creates personal and group calmness

A short animation using Vyond Studio, for demonstration and skill gain purposes.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Use a different animation platform (an alternative to Articulate characters) 
  • Add music, motion paths and voice-over and choreography

Interactive questions (Articulate Storyline)

A variety of ways to encourage recall, using different formats/interactions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Display alternatives for learner recall
  • Post-course reminder to support my own learning
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Planning/design (visual storyboard)

An outline story-board / visualisation for different aspects of ‘Staying Calm’ course. 


  • Drawing out visual ideas, to support page/slide design
  • Creating a structure/summary to drive the work


Planning/design (written brief) 

A written brief/overview for an NLP course on flexibility


  • Record and share thoughts on content, style and approach
  • Think through the project / improve understanding of scope/work involved

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Other Digital writing

At Ordnance Survey I had a variety of digital roles, including writing for the corporate blog. Here’s an example of an education article I created –  “customers on the map”  that has a more informal tone.  

OS blog image


More information: 

My key skills: 

  • Writing and content creation
  • e-Learning using Articulate and screen-recording tools
  • Self-driven learning
  • Knowledge and experience of business, management and a range of business sectors

Find out more about my career journey on LinkedIn