Brightwave: Our thinking

Brightwave is your next generation learning partner. We believe organisations need forward-thinking learning partners who develop solutions that change with your business – and execute them across all appropriate media and technologies. We make design decisions to meet business goals and place the learner experience at the centre of every project, from onboarding through to major business transformation. Brightwave works in collaboration with each unique client to provide a complete learning service: • Bespoke learning solutions • Content and curation • Cloud-based learning services and portals • Live online training and virtual classrooms • Learning analytics and evaluation • Consultancy Clients include: BP, British Airways, Bupa Health and Wellbeing UK, HEINEKEN, Lloyds Banking Group, PwC, Sky, KPMG, Royal Bank of Scotland and Unilever, as well as public and third sector organisations like: City of Edinburgh Council, Clyde Valley Councils, National Trust and The Home Office.

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Posts by Brightwave: Our thinking

Minding the gap: Apps, relevance and autonomous learning

Our Project Manager Claire Stevenson is currently embarking on one of the most significant learning journeys an adult can undertake: parenthood! How can the masses […]

Blending the blend: Finding balance and benefit in the mix

Learning today is all about the blend. The complex challenges of the modern workplace demand diverse learning solutions, mixing the right type of learning for […]

Your step-by-step guide to perfect Simulations and Systems Training projects

The introduction of new systems software into the organisation is always a time of disruption. But with smart, simulated Systems Training solutions you can turn […]

Augmented reality: The world we learn in – made better!

In this new blog, Scriptwriter David Connifey looks at Augmented Reality - VR's plucky younger brother - and wonders if innovative technological solutions do enough […]

React-ive development: Building better learning

tessello developer Jai Beales looks at the technical challenges and varied development opportunities involved in rebuilding today's integrated digital learning systems.

What's in it for me? Getting personal with behaviour change

In her first blog for Brightwave, Project Manager Claire Stevenson thinks about buses and elephants to explore the ways that behaviour change initiatives can align […]

Augmented engagement: The medium AND the message

What springs to mind when we think about engaging digital learning? Are flashy graphics, groundbreaking animations, immersive simulations and cinematic video obscuring the importance of […]

Virtual Sanity: VR and what happens next for learning and development

In his first blog for Brightwave, and on the occasion of the Oculus Rift's long-awaited appearance on the consumer tech market, Learning Designer David Connifey […]

New fixes for old problems: Sharing in the knowledge economy, and knowledge in the sharing economy

"Have you seen the news this morning?" "No." "This happened last night." "Oh right! Yes I saw that before I went to bed, it was […]

Digital transformation: Prepare to be drone away

Scriptwriter Sophie Dodds looks at the way certain emergent technologies are opening up the world to new innovations and opportunities that will change the way […]

From seeing to feeling: aesthetics in digital learning design

In her final piece for Brightwave Group before heading off to complete an MA in 3D animation, our top blogger Lauren Keith looks at the […]

Design thinking for behaviour change

In this new blog for Brightwave, scriptwriter Sophie Dodds thinks like a designer to uncover how different ways of conceiving digital learning projects can deliver […]

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