ID ID Inc.


IDIDInc helps teams find the most creative, affordable, and dynamic learning solutions for their organization.


  1. Learning is a lifelong iterative process. This is why learning must be approached as an evolving cycle and not an end in itself.
  2. A system will always produce outcomes that reflect the system from which it came. For example, an apple tree will not produce cherries. Knowing the system in which one is working allows for realistic expectations. This helps control the end results.
  3. Investing time upfront will save time in the end. Poor foundations lead to unstable structures. Early wrong-turns will cascade and grow throughout production. Look ahead, get the foundational infrastructure right for the long-term, roll-out steadily, and communicate this strategy clearly.
  4. Storytelling is the foundation of learning. Meaningful learning that is tied to behaviour change relies on engaging and dynamic content. When people think, "Why, how, when, where, what," it means that learning has begun. Luckily, storytelling is affordable. It's all in the telling. So, get the format and delivery strategy right, UI/UX.

Projects have been various and rewarding:

  • Productive to the MAX - eLearning Solutions Design

  • Human Source ~ Executive Coaching & Facilitation

  • Environment and Climate Change Canada ~ Enforcement Branch

  • Durham College, Continuing Education ~ Legalization of Cannabis

  • OCDSB, Advisory Committee on the Arts ~ Chair, Social media campaign

  • Department of National Defense Royal Navy ~ Inertial Navigation Systems

  • Canada Post ~ Postal Outlet Leader Training

  • Economic Development Canada ~ Performance Management Systems

  • York University Schulich School of Business ~ Search Engines

  • Blyth Academy Online ~ Visual Arts online curriculum for Grade 9 and 10

  • Durham College, School of Media Art and Design ~ Video Production, Documentary Studio, Audio Capture

  • Sault Youth Association ~ Fine Art for all ages

About Ingrid Dabringer

Ingrid began her career in the film industry as an Assistant Director involved with the large-scale event management of on-set production requirements. This allowed her to develop a keen understanding of end-to-end production that is crucial to project management and design. She took time off while she had young kids and taught art classes through various community organizations and through her own studio. Once the children were grown she combined her love of education and technology and began designing and teaching video production classes at Durham College. From there, Ingrid migrated into online curriculum development. She has designed curriculum at every level of government, (federal, provincial and municipal), and also worked with a private Learning Design company.

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