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The Art of Simplification in eLearning Design

By | on 31, May 2019 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

eLearning courses are designed to provide students with helpful information and not to bombard them with irrelevant and unnecessary pieces of content. What many eLearning designers don't realize is th[...]

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10 Types of Visual Content You Should Use to Increase Learner Engagement

By | on 04, May 2019 |   eLearning Instructional & Graphic Design

We love visuals. In fact, we are wired to respond more to visuals than to words. That is why we are so hooked to Pinterest and Instagram. This is also the reason why Facebook posts and tweets with ima[...]

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10 Habits of Successful eLearning Designers

By | on 26, Apr 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

Whether you’re fresh out of school or a seasoned commander of an eLearning design team, you need to make sure you have design habits. In fact, one of the worst traps you can fall into as a designer is[...]

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Making the Most of Visuals in eLearning: 9 Tips and 5 Examples

By | on 17, Apr 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

According to a report by HubSpot, posts and tweets containing colored images increase viewers’ willingness to read by a whopping 80 percent! Other research revealed readers remembered 65 percent of th[...]

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How To Avoid Designing Cluttered eLearning Screens

By | on 04, Apr 2019 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

How often have you sat through a course dazed and dumbfounded because you couldn’t figure out what to focus on? How often have you sat through an entire presentation squinting your eyes because you co[...]

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Understand These 10 Principles of Good Design Before You Start Your Next eLearning Project

By | on 12, Dec 2018 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

A good-looking eLearning course is not a guarantee of its instructional effectiveness. Think of all those magazines with glossy covers that you flip over expectantly only to find that the pages are fi[...]

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The 6 Laws of Learning No Instructional Designer Can Afford to Ignore

By | on 23, Aug 2018 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

You may pack your courses with tons of relevant content and awesome visuals, but if they don’t make a dent in the learner’s mind, they have failed in their purpose. It's time to STOP spending long hou[...]

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Design Tools to Build Visual Hierarchy in eLearning

By | on 03, Jul 2018 |   Instructional & Graphic Design

How do you read an article in the newspaper? You start with the headline that screamed at you from the newsstand. Then you read the sub-headline, which is printed in smaller font size. Next, you proce[...]

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