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Design for Non-Designers – Contrast

Whenever I hear the word ‘contrast’, I always remember the old colour TV I grew up with in the 70’s (yes I know […] The […]

Design for Non Designers – Typography

Typography is one of those words that you hear banded about by graphic designers. It’s all about the style, arrangement, and appearance of […] The […]

Design for Non Designers – Alignment

Ever felt like this? You hit the sack after a big day. You snuggle down into your bed and drop off to sleep […] The […]

Design for Non Designers – Repetition

Repetition is a principle we use in our lives for all sorts of reasons. By repeating things we remember them.  Do you recall […] The […]

Design for Non-Designers – Proximity

If you’ve been following this series of designing for the non-designer, you’ll know that we have already covered the Contrast, Repetition and Alignment […] The […]

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Choose Your Own Adventure: 3 days with Articulate Storyline

Remember the children’s book series Choose Your Own Adventure? The child reader is the protagonist making choices to determine the story’s plot. I used […] The […]

4 Easy Steps to Building eLearning

Let’s take a step back from the point of building eLearning, and ask some questions. What is the goal of the course? What […] The […]

How Events in Birch Increases Learner Engagement

Learning can involve many things, so Birch Learning Platform has different Elements users choose from to organise their learning activities.  One of these […] The […]

How to Reduce Cognitive Load in eLearning

In our previous post, we looked at the fundamentals of cognitive load theory. In summary, to assist learners in transferring information from their […] The […]

Using a Conversational Tone in your eLearning Courses

In my last blog post, I explored the Modality Principle from the book Elearning and the Science of Instruction by Ruth Colvin Clark […] The […]

Creating Questions in Articulate Storyline

Assessments are a critical and intrinsic part of good training practice. Not only for online learning but face to face as well. Assessments […] The […]

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