Our sister company LEO recently won an International E-Learning Award with NEMA for their Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) Essentials course, and we’re really excited about it because it was built in gomo!
The course was created to equip disaster workers with vital information and resources they need during emergencies. It enables workers to mitigate, prepare for, respond to and assist in the recovery of disaster-affected areas.
The first success of the course, for us at gomo, was its acceptance into both the Apple and Android app stores earlier this year. We always knew gomo had the capability for mobile ready and device-specific apps, but it’s great to have our first living, breathing example on a public-facing app store app… and we look forward to having many more! To have the app noticed as a best-in-class by an international award is even better, and a great testament to the work and learning design expertise of the LEO team.
The gomo team worked alongside LEO and NEMA to get the course ready for app store deployment – you can download it today from the Apple or Android app stores to check out how gomo performs as a native app.
If you’re interested in authoring e-learning with native app or app store deployment in mind check out this blog post, which looks at the differences between web and native apps and how to make the decision between the two. Alternatively, you can learn more about the NEMA award on the LEO website.