The Role Of Color Psychology In Instructional Design

Understanding how to use color to design better digital learning is something every Instructional Designer should know. In this article, we'll have a look at the subject of color psychology, or how colors affect a person’s psyche.

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Judging A Course By Its Cover: 5 Ways To Improve Your Cover Design

Instead of hoping our learners won't judge our courses by their covers, let's create covers they won't be able to pass over. This article will provide 5 simple tricks to help you create show-stopping course covers your learners won't be able to resist.

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User Experience Design eLearning Is the Best Investment You Can Make

With the help of UX eLearning, designers become more experienced and helpful because they are able to easily create responsive designs (i.e., designs that work on mobile, desktops, and tablets) and thus, improve User Experience.

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Designing Competency-Based eLearning

Competency is the key to performance. Without high-quality performance, no individual or organization can survive for long in today’s competitive market. Hence, it is extremely critical to develop the right competencies in the workforce. For this, we first need to understand what competency is.  

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Why Is Three-Dimensional Learning A Future Trend In Education?

The current learning trend no longer relies on trivia or memorization. There has been a major shift in the way a concept is being taught and learned by students. This education trend changed when different types of K-12 content providers and K-12 curriculum development companies started their research and found a great way to create eLearning content with a major focus on visualization and knowledge retention.

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