eLearning Design Tips

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5 Best Practices To Design A Great Microlearning Experience

5 Best Practices For Designing A Great Microlearning Experience

The modern learner is generally distracted. It has been found that they look at their phones up to 9 times in an hour. And, they will lose focus if they are asked to watch a training video that is 4 minutes or longer. Because of this, expecting them to sit through an hour-long training is not practical. This is where microlearning can be a great tool to impart valuable training. Here are top 5 best practices to design microlearning modules to ensure its success.

2018 Web Design Trends For Better User Experience

2018 Web Design Trends For Better User Experience

2017 was mostly about web animations, design sprints, conversational interfaces, micro-interactions, bespoke illustrations, and chatbots. But many trends like floating navigation menus, inventive use of colors, bold typography, biometric authentication, etc. are emerging into the list this year. In this article, I am going to discuss some key features that ensure better User Experience in 2018.

5 Alternatives To Boring eLearning Courses

5 Alternatives To Boring eLearning Courses

We can’t have eLearning without content, but that doesn’t mean we have to subject our learners to a series of text-filled screens that equate to a lecture only without the possibility that the presenter will breathe some life into the content with their humor and engaging personality. With the proliferation of online content, games, and other media, there is no place for these mundane, snooze bombs; we need some real page turners instead!

Learning Interactivity: How To Use It To Create Learner Trust

Learning Interactivity: How To Use It To Create Learner Trust

With an ever-increasing number of ways to create learning content, we face the question of how to properly use learning interactivity rather than whether or not we can make content interactive. One of the questions that Instructional Designers, teachers, trainers, and editorial teams face daily is “How many interactives should I include?”.