Designing online training that focuses on experiences, not events

In my last piece, I have talked about the need for corporate training and learning to become more user-centric and less business-oriented. People learn better when there is a powerful emotion (ideally a positive one) associated with the educational module.

Since emotions are very personal, the instructional designer will have to know the end-user very well and develop the appropriate structure, materials, and presentation methods to create a genuine experience.

In this context, the ID specialist should take a page out of the app designers’ book – highly appreciated and used apps are the ultimate UX success stories.

Read more: From UX to LX, the new role of instructional designers

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