We've been shortlisted for two learning technologies awards 2022. Learning technologies organisation of the year and Best learning technologies project - public and non-profit sector.

We’ve been shortlisted!!!


We’ve been shortlisted!!!

September 27, 2022

We are thrilled to announce that two client projects have been shortlisted in the upcoming Learning Technologies Awards 2022

Both are within the Excellence in the design of learning content – public & non-profit sector category- and seek to make a significant difference to their target audience.


Preventing infections and reducing harm related to injectable drug use

This project is a partnership between Public Health Wales and Little Man Project. Our aim was to create a rich, engaging, and interactive resource that helps people who inject drugs, and those supporting them, to reduce infections and improve health. The module uses a non-stigmatising, pragmatic and empowering approach that sets out advice and practical methods people can use to avoid infections, maintain health, and improve knowledge.

The result was a resource that prevents infections, reduces harm and saves lives.


“It is wonderful to have been shortlisted for the excellence in the design of learning content award and to have innovate health services related to bacterial and viral infections for people who use drugs being recognised”


This is our video submission if you fancy learning more about the project and the impact it’s having.



My Brain, Me and FASD: An interactive journey

This project demonstrates what can happen when a small charity with a big mission works with the right bespoke elearning supplier. Together the National Organisation for FASD  and Little Man Project created a resource that’s having a positive impact on the emotional wellbeing, self-advocacy and educational experience of children and young people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). The interactive comic provides a visually rich experience designed specifically with neurodiversity in mind. The first of its kind, praised by professionals and families worldwide, it’s recommended by the world’s leading experts in FASD to children and young people.


“All of us at National FASD are thrilled to learn that the interactive Me and My FASD comic has been shortlisted. The entire time we were working with The Little Man Project on this we knew we were creating something that had the potential to have great impact. Nothing like this has been done before for young people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. It was a ground-breaking and creative use of technology to help children and young people with FASD begin to understand their brain-based disability in an empowering way. The global response has shown how spot-on LMP’s concepts were.”


This is our video submission if you fancy learning more about the project and the impact it’s having.



Little Man Project

We are also very excited to announce that Little Man Project has been shortlisted for the Learning technologies organisation of the year award. For a company of our size, this is an amazing achievement. We don’t expect to win, but being selected to stand in a shortlist amongst some big names in the industry says a lot about where we are and recognition for the service we are proud to provide to our clients.

I couldn’t be prouder of the team and the passon they put into every project. They care deeply about what they create and ensure it meets the learners needs and creates change.

The next stage is three presentations at the start of October and then a nerve-racking evening in London on the 16th of November 2022, where the winners will be announced.


A big thank you to the judges and our clients for trusting us to design and develop their projects.

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