Brain science can enable smart learning design that improves the learner experience.
There are a number of things to consider before you dive head-first into giving feedback to instructional designers. Here are a few ways to share meaningful feedback with designers.
Creativity is simply the development of original ideas and the ability to turn them into reality. It’s about perceiving the world around us in new ways, making connections between seemingly unrelated elements and coming up with new solutions for a...
Design reviews take patience and understanding but, if run well, are an invaluable source of feedback. But what makes a good design review, and how can you get the most out of it to elevate your digital learning experiences?
Learn a unique five-day design sprint framework that enables user-centered thinking and helps you understand if you are on the right track early in the research and development cycle.
We can create the greatest digital leadership programs, knowledge transfers or job aids, but if the interface design isn’t up to par, learners quickly become lost in figuring out how to navigate a course rather than focusing on the content.
Our industry often downplays appeal, because after all, tricks are for kids. Appeal used with intent isn’t about fun and games, though – it’s a powerful tool for engaging learners of any age. Appeal creates experiences an audience won’t ever...
Once a prototype is in place, the designers can move on to testing the solution. Rigorous testing should be done not just by the designer but by other evaluators to ensure the solution meets the learners’ needs.
In an era of unpreceded change, volatility and uncertainty, we need to revisit several truths to more deeply impact how we design programs for executive development.