I’ve always believed (and strongly stated) that good eLearning design is so much more than just good instructional design. Developing an engaging and effective eLearning […]
Creating effective eLearning is really challenging. How do you fit in all the content you need without massively impacting running time? How do you make […]
As an eLearning designer, you’ve likely used photos in eLearning. Photos are a great way to reinforce your message or convey an emotion. Photos can […]
Since the beginning, broadcasters have been coming up with techniques to engage us, stimulate us, and keep us focused on the tube. Many of these […]
The fourth Articulate E-Learning Heroes Challenge consists of designing a flat design template, including at least three different content slides. Flat design is one of […]
Selecting colors and creating an eLearning color scheme is a struggle many eLearning designers face on a regular basis. In addition to selecting and using […]
If you’re in the business of data – analyzing it, assessing it, interpreting it, or presenting it – then you also need to find creative […]
This sample is from another hour-long OSHA mandated compliance program, but it was the first time after three years, that I worked in Adobe Captivate. […]
… The post Responding to Incidents appeared first on MPJones E-Learning.
This is the third and final module that I was responsible for developing on the OSHA compliance project. In it, I used an animated infographic […]
Designing online courses is a multifaceted endeavor — and all those different facets are often the job of the same person: you. Each stage of […]
Anyone can learn the basic principles of good visual design; applying them to eLearning can make it more effective.