How to design effective scrolling pages

In the era of multi-device content, scrolling pages are commonplace across the digital world. But when it comes to digital learning, how do you use scrolling with impact, and avoid losing people’s attention as they swipe down the page? Our design tips webinar explains how to design scrolling with purpose. Read on for a summary of the discussion, as well as some examples and pointers.

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What are scrolling pages?

Before we delve into the ways you can use scrolling to deliver learning with impact, let’s get clear on exactly what we’re talking about. A scrolling page is a webpage with content that extends down the screen. You navigate this content by scrolling vertically to read and interact with it. This contrasts to using shorter pages that are connected with buttons. In the world of elearning, this paginated approach is more traditional and often referred to as ‘click next to continue learning’.

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