Complicated Creativity: The Case for Simple eLearning (and Step-by-Step Innovation)

In the digital age, there is no shortage of new technology to ogle over as we pass through stores, buyer catalogs, and YouTube videos. It seems like every day a new preview comes out featuring some sort of technology that seems like it has all the right tools to change the way we think about innovation in everyday life.

And then it doesn’t. So, we move on, and so does the tech industry, furiously innovating as it pursues the magic formula for the latest and greatest life-changing apps, gadgets, and other products. But why does some technology seem to succeed while other tech products seem to barely make a ripple in the market? The answer comes down to simplicity.

It’s complicated, of course, because simplicity seems like the antithesis to all things techy and innovative, but, in reality, it’s the name of the game when it comes to producing something that has the potential to become the new “thing.” Take the iPhone, for example. Since Apple produced the first iPhone, its design, its interface, its shape has only gotten simpler, more streamlined, and yet, equally innovative.

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