If we only had 100 color choices, choosing a palette might not be a problem. But we have access to millions of colors, which makes the possible choices overwhelming.
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The spirit of discovery is often lost in the mindset of conducting an analysis. This is why I think the research and discovery process needs greater emphasis in learning experience design.
Did you ever wonder if learners understand the instructional graphics you design? Research shows there is quite a discrepancy between what designers intend and what learners interpret. In this episode, we discuss this issue with professor Elizabeth Boling.
Seen through the lens of cognitive load, there are three aspects of collaborative learning to consider during design: the learning task, the individual learners and the group.
New knowledge builds on existing knowledge. If you understand the schemas (knowledge structures) of your audience, your training will be more effective.
Mental models refer to the representations people construct about how things in the external world work. By understanding a learner’s mental models, we can improve our user interfaces, instructional interventions and overall learning experiences.