Get to Know Me

About Me

Who am I?

I'm Andy Christopher, an instructional designer and performance consultant

Adding value is the name of the game. In fast-paced work environments, finding the 20% effort that brings 80% of the results is key. This enables my clients to maintain a strategic advantage in the competitive, global marketplace.


I draw from a deep well of research and an extensive background of design experiences to frame up performance problems and create bespoke training solutions. I specialize in visual design, technical training, and simulations.

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Name: Andy Christopher
Designation: CPT
Email: anchri@iu.edu
Location: CHICAGO

My Services

Services I offer to my clients

Needs Assessment

Gather evidence to determine audience needs

Training Design

Develop solutions to bridge performance gaps

Program Evaluation

Analyze solutions for continuous improvement

Job Aid Creation

Decrease the cognitive load on the audience

Change Management

Market change to workers with unconscious biases

Leadership Development

Facilitate leadership skills through problem-solving

My Latest Work

Showcasing some of my designs

The Claims Game infographic makes a complicated process fun.

A set of videos done in a custom whiteboard style keeps learners engaged.

The culture evolution infographic visualizes a company's past and future.

An instructional booklet condenses an entire course into a portable resource.

Sequential art reinforces key messages through storytelling.

One page summaries and job aids focus complex content into digestible chunks.

Testimonials

What my clients think about me

You have truly set a new bar for what great looks like. I was very impressed with the content, the delivery methods and the flow of the training. I actually think I learned more in my few hours in the room than I have in 15yrs in the industry in terms of building products and the scope of decisions that builders have to make.

Director
James Hardie, Inc

Andy's knowledge of instructional design and his ability to establish a relationship with the SME to communicate the vision of the course was the critical point in getting this course complete. This course had been through a couple of instructional designers without success and Andy was able to pick up the course, understand the vision and work with the SMS to create a course of high quality.

Senior Manager
PwC