I strongly suggest if you seriously want to improve your elearning design, you don't start with clever graphics and cute animations.
Today, I am going to tell you about an ingredient that separates the elearning winners from the elearning losers.
Looking to hire an illustrator for an elearning project? How do you know the illustrator is any good?
Learn to analyze video games and see “success patterns” that enhance engagement, and, translate to elearning.
Simple, easy-to-execute little tips that will make your elearning for soft skill training considerably more engaging.
I see far too many elearning designers focused on elearning authoring tool features or fads.
You’re trying to build solid elearning that engages time-strapped adults and have them walk away with a new skill.
Want to prevent elearning design decisions you believe are a big mistake?
If you hire an illustrator your design options are almost limitless.
I was speaking at an elearning workshop in Vancouver, and my plan was to provide an elearning demo to work through.