Design, Develop, Disrupt

At Design, Develop, Disrupt., I like to make a point of sharing actual work being requested and projects in development. I also share free resources when possible, created by myself or others, to help the eLearning community as a whole. Common posts include recently completed work, walkthroughs related to common development processes (especially when requested), and all manner of design-related musings. As a staff eLearning designer who gets most of his creative juices flowing outside the office, I like to think that I offer a little bit for both sides of the design aisle. Come check it out and let me know what you think!

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Posts by Design, Develop, Disrupt

Guess who is now a Google Certified Educator…

If you guessed Robert De Niro, I’m very, very disappointed in you… Just to brag a little bit, I just finished up my Google Educator […]

Aaron Draplin IS Design

Great collaboration between Lynda.com and Aaron Draplin at DDC. Even this brief glimpse into the thought process of a designer should help illuminate it for […]

OER Research Hub Educator Survey Infographic

Anyone who thinks OERs are just a fad needs to start paying attention. Not only are they a critical part of the diffusion of knowledge […]

I believe that education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push an educational message. – Steve Irwin

Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in adversity. – Aristotle

Challenge Accepted (#62, to be exact)

So the wonderful peeps over at Articulate have been running this ‘eLearning Challenge’ business for a while now, and I have not as of yet […]

Talk about rapid development… ELH Challenge #63

So I decided that I want to do as many of these challenges as I can, which means getting the current ones done and then […]

Up Next: Tackling ELH Challenge #64

I’m not sure if this will turn out to be a completely unnecessary intermediate post, but my next rapid development venture is going to be […]

Aaron Draplin IS Design…

Great collaboration between Lynda.com and Aaron Draplin at DDC. Even this brief glimpse into the thought process of a designer should help illuminate it for […]

ELH Challenge #64: Let’s Talk About Data (or Dual Purpose Designing)

The Product: Sociology, An Insufficient History I thought it’d be nice to put the link up before the jump, so there it is. I feel […]

ELH Challenge #50… Who needs 3 dimensions?

The Product: Flat Design Office The Challenge: Flat Design Graphics I’ve been a huge fan of flat design for some time, and I’ve always gone with […]

ELH Challenge #1… Back to the beginning

The Product: Wealth Inequality in the U.S. The Challenge: Size Comparisons Challenege #1 in the ELH series was to create a project showing size comparisons. […]

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