"Course" is not acceptable.
Experienced something that I knew would come at some point.
I spent 1.5 days solidly building a soft-skills course.
Client had been asked by HIS client for 15 minutes, visually interesting, not too interactive (but it had some layer clicks etc.)
When he showed it, they apparently changed their tune - wanted 5 minutes, and in a format "...that the Gen Xers will not be bored by".
1. Think they are crazy to think you can teach anything that matters, (and this subject was quite important...) completely in 5 minutes.
2. If they wanted video etc. then fair enough (should have said...), but sometimes, it just takes more - Heaven help them if they ever have to read a book for example!
Anyway - my first feeling was that the tech we have here (rapid eLearning) in any of its forms is just completely wrong, as an ID I need to be competent at building in other tools as well, but I'm just not sure what. Prezi? PowToon?
Really not looking for an answer as not sure I have the question yet - but it was something that just felt odd. I appreciate that the original specification was completely wrong, and we have salvaged the content for use as a vanilla offering by my client, but they obviously wanted something other than "a course".