If humor grabs and sustains attention and if it evokes pleasant and positive feelings, why don’t we use it more often in learning experience design? Here is what the research says about humor and learning.
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If you are frustrated with the limited models available for instructional design, then you’ll be interested in this conversation with Cathy Moore. She is the creator of Action Mapping, a model of training design that focuses on improving workplace performance.
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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?
Do your graphic designers speak in a secret language? Do you wish you could let terms like hue, saturation and value roll off your tongue?
In the world of image or graphic editors, Adobe Photoshop remains the gold standard when it comes to image editing software. It has the tools and features that allow users to create professional looking images and photos, but the learning curve and price tag are more than some are willing to invest. If you’ve been hunting for an alternative to Photoshop, here are five free photo editing tools you may want to consider.