3 More design rules for your online course

Online courses are now more than ever an accessible way of learning. However, it’s not all about the content — the knowledge you sell — but also about how you present it. From font types to font sizes, from color to visuals, every single aspect counts in offering the best online learning experience there is.

Although you may choose to break the rules or experiment with different patterns, having the guidelines in mind makes it easier for you to have a well-designed online course.

Last time we explored how words should look in a lesson, what role colors play, and how you can integrate visuals in your online course to help your student stay focused and navigate easier through it.

Read more: 3 Online design rules to abide by when creating your course

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