5 Ways Learning Experience Design Creates Learner-Focused Programs

As any school-aged child will tell you, the more fun and relatable a lesson is, the more likely the messaging will be absorbed and retained. Demonstrations, hands-on activities, and experiential learning are great ways to engage with young students—and the same is true for adult learners. Learning experience design is a methodology instructional designers (IDs) can employ to bring creativity and innovation to their learning experiences and focus learning on the individual.

Learning experience design takes a creative approach to learning and is not merely scientific or analytics-based. Instructional designers need to consider the learner first and build a program around their needs and mindset. It’s not only about delivering content and fulfilling learning objectives.

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