Learning content that inspires

Using insights from behavioural science, our content is designed to create engaged, self-determined learners, delivering lasting behaviour change and ROI. In every project, we put your learners first, and by setting high but achievable expectations, we can ensure that we really do make a difference to your organisation.

To transform. Not inform.

How we change behaviours

No two projects are the same. That’s why all of our solutions are bespoke. But there are a few golden rules that we like to follow, to help make sure that we’re delivering the best possible experience for your learners.

Hold a conversation with the learner

Our solutions always recognise your learners’ points of view, articulate their concerns and answer their questions. It’s about holding a conversation with the learner, in their language.

Use plausible scenarios to drive content

We structure our training around every day, realistic scenarios. Presenting the learner with familiar choices but posing questions to which they may not yet have definitive answers.

Test behaviour, not factual knowledge

We really do believe that effective content focuses on the choices your people make every day. We take the time to set clear and quantifiable objectives to ensure our learning generates the behavioural changes your organisation needs.

Test then tell, don’t tell then test

We start by using questions to find out what the learner already knows and build on that knowledge. The issue with the commonly used tell-and-test model is that it only tests short-term memory. So we focus on methods that change behaviours for the long-term.

Good content is more than ‘click-next’

Mobile learning and apps

Today’s learning doesn’t just happen at a desk, but everywhere. We build responsive content that reflects our world. One experience, on any device.

Animations and video

Learner engagement is key to achieving true behaviour change and implementing immersive animations or videos can have a big impact on this.


Most assessments only test short-term memory. Instead, we build diagnostics that target content and measure the key indicators of behaviour change.

Interaction and scenarios

Digital learning is best when it moves away from simple ‘click-next’ exercises. Our solutions are interactive, using highly developed scenarios, activities and questions that drive learning points home.


Subtle and mindful game mechanics motivate achievement by satisfying psychological needs but can also measure performance indicators and boost engagement.


We build emotional investment through scenario-based simulations. Our i-Capture™ software creates fast-acting, cost-effective training to keep up with changing systems.

Action plans

Condensing a long course into a concise set of tools and notes is crucial to workplace application. Personalised action plans make learning transfer easy.


Inclusivity starts by providing accessibility. We work with you to develop solutions to any specific requirements you may have.


We’ve got a wealth of experience in delivering content in a multitude of languages, from written translations to foreign language voiceovers. Localisation of content and tone is key for ensuring a great experience for all learners.

Our work

Bronze Medallion

Using innovative ‘push-to-talk’ technology, we developed Surf Life Saving’s now award-winning blended learning project to boost the confidence and key skills of lifesavers across Australia.

Value my skills

We partnered with TUC’s unionlearn to create an online digital card game that allowed individuals to identify, assess and develop their transferrable skills using a self-generated action plan and inbuilt reflection.


Saffron’s serious game-based simulation helped learners identify the core issues of resource governance. Deemed the ‘Grand Theft Petro’ of digital learning, the experience challenged the audience to navigate, advise and negotiate through a complex situation in the fictional nation of ‘Petronia’. 

Examples of our experience

Are you keen to see more of our design-based thinking, insights in behavioural science and how they are put into practice?

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