K. Anthony: Instructional Designer

I'm an instructional designer addicted to learning. On my blog, I regularly analyze interactions that work, experiment with tools, and share lessons learned while creating and designing graphics, eLearning, video, games, and more. My posts actively encourage practicing creativity in all aspects of instructional design work. I show my work by articulating my design processes and sharing tips and tricks.

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Posts by K. Anthony: Instructional Designer

UXLX: I released an xAPI-enabled app on Android and iOS

Back in September, I talked about an xAPI-enabled app I was building around the intersection between UX (user experience) and LX (learning experience). Well. It’s […]

Towards a Model for Professional Development

I just started reading Cathy Moore’s Map It (great, clear writing! enjoying it so far) and I started thinking about the problems I’ve been having […]

On Being an “Un-Opinionated” Developer

I was on TLDC Chat (a great community, if you’re looking for someplace to get involved with some L&D folks!) a little earlier this month and […]

Oy! I’m building an App!

With the xAPI Cohort going on now (it’s not too late to join up) and me being swamped in work, I thought I might as […]

Hosting H5P Content On Your Own

I’ve talked some about H5P, a robust free and open-source toolset for creating various kinds of elearning interactives. I’m using it a ton currently in […]

#Dear ID Episode 47: Svein-Tore on H5P

In this episode, I sit down with Svein-Tore, the founder of H5P, an amazing open source authoring tool for creating elearning interactions. We discuss the […]

New Game Prototype: A Clicker Game

It’s been far, far too long since I’ve been able to work on game development, but a while back, I continued in my journey in […]

#DearID Episode 46: Simon Date on Open Source

If you are a ID newbie, or someone who wants to learn a new skill, your number one question is, how can I get experience? […]

#DearID Episode 45: Simon Date on Adapt

We’re back again with Simon Date this episode, discussing the whys and wherefores of using Adapt in a real elearning shop! If you’ve been iffy […]

#DearID Episode 43: A Tale of Two Projects with Zsolt Olah

This episode, I talk with Zsolt Olah, one of my ID heroes, about two different projects that illustrate how context is king. Zsolt shares how, […]

#DearID Episode 44: Simon Date on MOOCs

The first of three (I say four in audio) episodes with Simon Date, Adapt developer extraordinaire! Simon took me up on my ridiculous pitch at […]

Civic Learning: An Idea Generated from Torrance Learning’s Download Un-Conference

If you’ve been a reader of this blog, you’ll have seen me working with one overarching idea for a while: what might it look like […]

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