Using Design Thinking To Connect With Your Audience

We’re all self-centred. We want to know ‘What’s in it for me?’ and ‘How does this apply in my situation?’ As a learning designer, I aim to create effective, engaging and meaningful learning, so understanding who my users are and what they need and want, is a priority during the...

Why its important to get your eLearning source files

In the time that we've been working in the eLearning industry, we have noticed one truth from the clients side and that is content vendors come and content vendors go. This is not a bad thing of course, unless you’re a content vendor on the 'going' side of the equation,...

How to Build and When to Use Microlearning

To learn more about Microlearning, watch Matt Blackstock recorded webinar here. Too often developers are told a learning program is needed, get dumped with a whole heap of resources and hopefully they get a Subject Matter Expert to help and away they go. This process is missing some fundamental requirements...
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Design for Non Designers

There are some basic principles, rules and methods, which allow you to produce some top looking designs in your eLearning.  This series of blog posts will explore these basics and allow you to get your designer hat on! The C.R.A.P. principles of design (yes ok let’s all snigger at the...
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