Flying Cloud Solutions

Designing Innovation

We are a small business with big ideas in support of taking your organization's education to the next level 


We develop knowledge by assisting with needs analyses and measuring project outcomes to further the field of learning design


Based on a needs analysis, we will work with you to develop a strategy that matches your education and technology goals

Design & Implementation

We will work with you to develop innovative designs and assist with the diffusion of innovation

We run the gamut

Virtual Events Design Thinking Gamification Teaching Strategies Research Curriculum Design Project Management SCRUM Six Sigma Technology Assessment ADDIE Needs Assessments

Flying Cloud Solutions is ready to tackle your challenge, providing 21st century ideas to deliver on measurable objectives

Flying Cloud Solutions designs with the audience and measurable outcomes in mind making use of a variety of strategies from an ever-growing toolbox.


From our blog

Color Theory for Instructional Design

While attending a Training Magazine Network webinar event, I made a off-handed comment regarding the importance of understanding color theory and accessibility for instructional design. I shared a few tools and resources and was quickly asked to present a webinar on the topic to their audience at some point in the future. That time has…

Learning Event Game Plan Toolkit I was asked by colleagues to provide a workshop on developing a game plan for delivering a learning event. The concept of “game planning” got me immediately thinking about coaches for sports teams and how they use a whiteboard to develop their strategies and convey information to the team. The x’s and o’s of…

ASAE 2020 Virtual Conference On August 11th at 11am, Bucky Dodd from iLED and I will be presenting our talk at ASAE 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting and Exposition. The title of our presentation is Developing a “New Normal” for Association Learning Experiences.  This is not actually the original title for our presentation. Originally the session was titled, “Develop…

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