I designed and developed the majority of this challenge-based e-course (with the exception of the course intro and history section, which were designed and developed by my colleague Shelley Pinder). It's a good example of activity-based instructional design, as well as my graphic design skills (Adobe Illustrator) and course authoring skills (Articulate Storyline).
Although I had designed many e-learning courses prior to this one, this project represented my first attempt at developing (authoring) a course myself. It was a pretty ambitious first development project, not only for the technical complexity of the results but because it was also my first time creating a course that is WCAG 2.0 compliant for accessibility to those with special needs.
The video below demonstrates the key design features of this course which was designed as a support for The City of Calgary's Project Management Standards and Guidance Documents. To try the actual course go to http://macellis.ca/cpmf101e/story.html.