Responsive design got its start in the world of website building. But it's now one of the hot topics in the eLearning industry. In this article, I'll try to answer the most common Responsive Design FAQs.
Mobile learners are always on-the-go, and your eLearning experiences need to go right along with them. But how can you design an eLearning course that fits every screen size and resolution without going over deadlines or budget? In this article, I will discuss how Adobe Captivate 9 can become your ultimate responsive design authoring tool.
Modern learners need access to information and skill development wherever their busy lives may lead them. If you need to keep up with your audience, then a responsive design Learning Management System is a must-have tool. In this article, I’ll highlight 5 things that can help you choose the best responsive LMS for your mobile learning development needs.
All of the statistics point to the fact that mobile device usage is on the rise. According to research conducted by Smart Insights, Internet users in the United States spend roughly 2.8 hours a day accessing digital media on their mobile devices. In comparison, this figure drops to 2.4 hours per day on desktop computers. What does this mean? Tablets and smartphones are now the go-to sources for information, and eLearning professionals should be focused on mobile-friendly online courses. In this article, I’ll share the basics and benefits of using responsive design to develop mobile learning experiences.
Looking for a way to convert your eLearning course into a mobile learning experience without having to devote time and countless hours to the development process? In this article, I’ll share 7 tips for creating responsive design for mobile learning that is accessible to every member of your audience.
It’s no secret that Bring Your Own Device is infiltrating our companies today. While it can lead to many benefits, it can also create headaches for your IT department. Besides security issues, there are responsive design elements that must be taken into consideration, especially for your training programs.
What is responsive design? This type of design describes when onscreen content automatically changes layout in response to the size of the screen it’s being displayed on. The idea is to provide an optimal viewing experience with easy reading and navigation. That means a minimum of resizing, panning and scrolling no matter what device you are using. Many websites have been doing this for quite some time—try looking at The New York Times, IKEA or Lectora on your phone. But should you be creating responsive design e-Learning?
As an eLearning designer, making your eLearning content responsive across devices shouldn’t be a main concern; rather creating optimal learning or performance experiences should be your focus. This article talks about mobile use cases and how this will help you create these optimal eLearning experiences.
Responsive design will become a critical aspect of online education in the very near future. Those institutions willing to engage with learners in the online environment they are most comfortable in are sure to have the effort reflected in increased satisfaction and retention.
Well-designed online courses are able to adapt seamlessly across devices (e.g. between PC and smartphone). This is what's called responsive eLearning design. Developing a responsive eLearning course is a conscious choice by education designers to cater for learners moving between devices.
Modern learners are leading fast-paced lives, and mobile devices keep them connected and up-to-date. In this article, I’ll share the 8 Golden Rules of responsive eLearning course design to help you create portable and knowledge-packed mobile learning experiences.
Lectora Online now features Responsive Course Design so that your mLearning (mobile learning) content will look great on all devices. Find out how to get started.