Here’s a Secret From Top Tech Companies: Make Your Learning Human-Centric

In a perfect world, you’d be able to accurately predict learner behavior based on pure data or even previous experiences. But real life is much messier and less precise, which is why we need to become human-centric. Every learner reacts different to subject matter, and unique viewpoints and past experiences can play a role in how that information is received and stored.

A smart tech company will use a prototype initially to create a minimum viable product so they can learn directly from their users what features they like, what features aren’t need, and what features could be added to enhance the overall product.

Traditionally, learning experiences have been crafted in isolation from the end user (aka the learner) and involved a lot of guesswork with zero input from those taking the learning. Adding a human-centric design approach (similar to the process of creating an MVP) to eLearning involves your learners’ input from the beginning, and allows you to anticipate what they need and want versus just taking a guess at it. 

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