We help you create confident, capable employees in just 3 minutes a day. Yarno's quiz-based platform transforms large blocks of training into bite-sized chunks of microlearning – so your staff can remember what they learn, and apply it as they work.

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How we're using our own product to onboard new employees

In just under a week, Yarno is doing something we haven't done in over a year. Welcoming a new member to our team. We have […]

Training our employees to brush their teeth

Or, why one-and-done learning doesn't work Imagine that you want to teach a kid to brush his teeth. Why are you teaching him? Well, because […]

The most rewarding and unrewarding job I've ever had

2016 was a big year for the Eggers Family. It was the year of ‘births’; the birth of Yarno, of course, and the birth of […]

Where to find images for eLearning that actually look nice

Suppose you're creating some learning content for a new Customer support 101 course you're putting together. You go on the hunt for an image of […]

Product release notes: June 2017

The Yarno platform has been up and running for about 5 months now. We launched with a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to run our pilot […]

The importance of an awesome onboarding (that doesn't end after day one)

What’s the most important perk for a new hire? Free food? Fancy facilities? A fat-stacked salary package? Nope. The opportunity to learn, progress, be an […]

4 reasons why mobile is perfect for retail training

A few weeks ago, I needed to go to the chemist to buy a few skincare products. I had a vague idea of what I […]

How to get into flow: a simple guide for procrastinators

I told myself I’d get into the writing zone at 2:00 pm. It’s 3:41. I’d even set a time in my calendar and blocked out […]

7 surprising examples of gamification most people overlook

Gamification, as familiar a term to us learning folk it may be, isn’t a L&D-specific concept. The application of game mechanics to engage, entertain and […]

Why manager involvement is crucial for workplace learning

We believe the ultimate goal of any sort of training is to improve on-the-job performance. The answer to "Is what was learnt being applied on […]

How to ace your new learning software launch

Before we get into the nitty gritty, let’s note that successfully introducing any kind of software, tool, platform - whatever - hinges on one simple […]

Does eLearning work? Our reflections on Thalheimer’s latest research

We’ve heard it on the internet. We’ve heard it from the learning professionals we’ve interviewed. We’ve heard it from our customers. Everyone’s facing one common […]