Header reading Ivett Csordas. Underneath the changing subheadings are Instructional Designer, Digital Learning Developer, Learning Content Manager.

Hi, I'm Ivett

With over 10 years in education and a passion for learning, I create meaningful and engaging learning solutions.

I enjoy sharing my knowledge and having worked with over 1000 learners and nearly 100 groups in 12 institutions in 6 different countries, I understand the diversity of learners and learning needs.

What I do

Scripting and Storyboarding

I conceptualise and design blueprints for training needs and courses.

eLearning Development

I design and develop interactive online lessons and courses.

Job Aids and Infographics

I design reference guides and visual aids for easily accessible information.

Instructor-led Training

I develop resources and facilitator guides for face-to-face trainings.


Sample projects

An open booklet with two pages of infographics. The label says Process infographic.
A laptop screen with three big headings reading Performance Objective, Learning Objective, and Focusing Objective. The label says Animated Explainer Video.
A laptop screen with the heading reading Intro to Rise - Block types and best practices for beginners. The label says Interactive Article.
An open laptop with a course overview page showing. The label says eLearning course.
A tablet screen with the visible Developing Accessible Powerpoints and Documents and 4 images underneath. The label says Online Course on Accessibility.
A desk with a tablet with a slide showing 2 documents. The top one reads Facilitator Guide. The label says Instructor-led Training Package.
A monitor with the map of the world, a tablet with an image and the number 2, and a phone with an indiscernible image. The label says Technical Projects in Storyline.
A laptop screen with a document of 3 columns. Each column has an image on the top and further text rows underneath. The label says Video Storyboard.

Support for Instructional Designers

A phone with an indiscernible image and a tablet with the title reading Visual Design Part 2: How to get started. The label says Blog posts.
A monitor screen with the IDOL courses logo and the heading reading Where to get ideas for your eLearning course. The label says YouTube Content Creation.
A phone with an indiscernible image and a tablet with a LinkedIn page with an LCA logo and the group name Learning Content Accessibility. The label says Accessibility Advocacy.

The tools I use the most

Various brand logos, including: Articulate 360, GSuite, Office 365, Powtoon, Canva, Genially, Audacity, Camtasia, Adobe Illustrator, Trello, Vyond, Biteable, Kajabi, and Moodle.