Designed to Learn

We are a team of seven professionals with skill sets ranging from K-12 and adult education to graphic design and instructional technology, who share a common passion for developing high fidelity learning opportunities for the 21st century learner. Most importantly, we are eager to share our passion for learning with designers, educators, technologists, and administrators from around the world!

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Posts by Designed to Learn

Top 10 Design Trends of 2016 and What to Look for in 2017

As 2016 is coming to a close, and 2017 is right around the corner it’s important to look at design trends to help predict where […]

Inspirational Nugget: Look for Inspiration

My team has been designing some new templates and branding elements lately, so today’s Inspirational Nugget is inspired by inspiration! I know it’s easy to […]

Building a Studio

So you want to build a studio? First and foremost, congratulations! You are about to create one of my favorite spaces.  A studio is a […]

Illustrator Updates For 2017

The Adobe Creative Cloud updates have officially arrived as of the end of December 2016. The Adobe Creative Cloud updates each application yearly, so each […]

The Invisible World of Typography Pt.2

Look around you. At your coffee cup, at your phone, at that sticky note you wrote three days ago reminding you to get milk (which […]

Utilizing Psychology in Instructional Design

In my previous post , I briefly introduced the different types of learning, both primary and secondary, and explained how each learning style can be […]

Happy Holidays!

As 2016 comes to a close Designed:2:Learn and the Learning and Professional Development team would like to wish you a Happy Holiday and thank you […]

Organization: Naming Conventions

It’s a running joke on my team that I have a strange obsession with organization, documented processes, folder structure, and naming conventions. I maintain that […]

Three tips to get the most out of a convention

Convention are something I look forward to all year. It is a time to see old faces and catch up with colleges and friends in […]

Color Theory: Color Harmonies

Most everyone would agree that color is a necessity as a human. It creates diversity and interest, as the world would most likely be quite […]

Differing Learning Styles and the help of Instructional Design

According to the American Psychological Association, there are five main learning styles and two substyles that describe how any one person best absorbs or learns […]

How to Manage Projects in a Team Environment Successfully

As Instructional Designers, our workload looks a bit different than the average person. We tend to work project by project, and if you’re anything like […]

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