Motto:“Character is the result of two things: mental attitude and the way we spend our time.” – Elbert Hubbard
Hobby: Baking, fishing, marathon Monopoly games with my family
Favorite Client Moment:When a client comes back to you with additional projects because they were so pleased with the success of a previous project
Laurie Foberg is an eLearning Developer with over twenty years of experience in the eLearning field. As a consultant, she is able to collaborate with a variety of stakeholders and Subject Matter Experts to create and deploy performance-based solutions that reach a variety of learners. Laurie’s focus is on developing high-quality interactive eLearning modules to help improve the aesthetics, interactivity, navigation and overall learning experience for the learner. She thrives on taking content and making it shine by translating ideas into such media elements as conceptual illustrations, animations, games, and interactions. Her recent projects focused on topics such as diversity and inclusion, financial investments, clinical studies, shipping dangerous goods, and a digital library for cardiac care equipment.
Laurie previously held the position of Senior Graphic Designer in the Professional Services group at ePath Learning. In this role, she was involved in several stages of course development from initial interface concepts through final deployment of courseware to a Learning Management System (LMS). At ePath Learning, she worked with a number of clients in both the government and corporate sectors including USTA, USA Swimming, Stanford University, GNC, Management Sciences for Health, Pfizer, and USAID. During her time as lead graphic designer, she was part of a team that developed a project awarded Training magazine’s 2016 Online Learning Design Challenge Gold Award in the MicroLearning Category. Additionally, Laurie supported the Marketing and Client Services departments by creating graphical assets for landing pages, trade show banners, social media accounts, and email blasts.
Laurie has a BFA in Graphic Design from Colby-Sawyer College of New London, NH.