eLearning Platform Development: Implementing 3 User-Centered Design Standards

User-Centered Design (UCD) is based on the concept of approaching the development process from the customer's perspective and focusing on the customer requirements by examining usability goals, user characteristics, user-desired environment, and creation of a workflow for achieving those. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

7 Ways To Implement A Learner-Centric Approach To eLearning Design

Learners are one of the most important stakeholders in an eLearning project. Designing and developing courses with them in mind can lead to a better chance of the project being successful.

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Mobile Learning From The Learner’s Perspective

Mobile learning might be a great new tool in your organization’s toolkit, but how is it perceived by users? What kinds of content do they access, and how do they learn? Finally, what can we do to bring our solutions closer to these usage patterns?

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3 Modern Instructional Designer Skills For Creating A Cohesive Learning Experience

Expert Instructional Designers know how to focus first on their learner and design with them in mind. Here are the 3 modern Instructional Designer skills you need to focus on the needs of your learners.

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