In this conversation with author, game designer and start-up coach, Amy Jo Kim, we discuss how to apply game thinking to learning experience design.
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Think of a course as laying the foundation for continuous learning rather than an end in itself. Base your designs on the advantages of using smaller courses, spaced learning, human interaction and user-generated materials.
This magazine format was a solution to upgrading an annual compliance course. Designed in a widescreen format, it included a magazine-type cover design, letter from the editor, table of contents for the menu and a two-page spread for text, graphics and interactions.
Visual Design for eLearning
Organizing and managing a successful photo shoot for eLearning is more complicated than you might think. You have to organize by location, have the right props on hand, keep things moving at a steady pace and be empathetic to the needs of everyone involved.
Cropping an image is a powerful technique of visual design that you may be under utilizing. It’s more than just making a photograph fit your space. Here are ten ways you can crop photos for eLearning and presentations.
Before you just place any old photo into an online course or informational web site, it’s a good idea to think about whether a realistic graphic is required. And if so, how much realism will be most effective?