There are advantages to using a comic book style for learning. Simple graphics are easier to process than complex ones. Learn how to get started here.
The most efficient way to achieve visual design consistency in eLearning and presentation slides is to create a visual style guide.
With access to millions of colors, it’s difficult to decide on a color palette for eLearning. Here are eight ways to come up with the colors for your next project.
It’s often difficult to visualize intangible or abstract concepts for eLearning and presentations. Here is guidance on creating abstract graphics.
Here are six creative bullet point alternatives to use in text heavy eLearning and presentation slides. Try these ideas for your bullet point designs.
Processing fluency refers to the ease with which a person processes information. A high processing fluency benefits learning.
Many of us must work on projects with small budgets that require free resources. Fortunately, free or inexpensive stock media sites can save the day. Check out descriptions of these ten sites.
Do you get frustrated with the laughable photos you find when doing photo research? Cry along with me.
Visual grouping provides meaning to graphics because it indicates relationships. Use these principles to improve your eLearning designs.
The visual design of a checklist has both a utilitarian and an aesthetic aspect. Here are several types of checklists you can adapt to meet your needs.
The visual hierarchy in eLearning and in graphic design transmits the relative importance of each object on the screen.
Visual cues direct the eyes to the relevant information in a graphic. This helps ensure that people understand the intended message and adds efficiency to visual communication.