6 brilliant responsive elearning design examples

Designing content to work seamlessly across different devices is a basic requirement these days. Need some inspiration for how to do that? Here are six responsive elearning design examples that get it right.

Responsive design is no longer a nice-to-have. If you want to reach your learners, you need to deliver content to all the devices they might choose to use – desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones. And you need to deliver an equally good (not necessarily exactly the same) experience across all devices.

Take a look at these examples of elearning design that hits the mark across different screen sizes.

1. Beautifully simple scrolling pages

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