Instructive text: calls to action or shouts in the dark?

This blog by learning designer Victor Verster makes the case for instructive text in elearning course design. As more and more digital natives enter the workforce, with a strong understanding of UX (user experience) and how to consume online content, it’s worth asking whether there’s still a place for instructive text in modern elearning.

As technology rapidly develops, it’s becoming clear that learners are becoming more discerning in terms of what they expect from an elearning course. Gone are the days where designers could churn out numerous horizontal-scrolling courses and expect acclaim – or even basic engagement – from their audience.

Owing to the growth of smartphone technology and its use of vertical scrolling, the ‘Select Next to Continue’ courses now look like Stone Age constructions in a Renaissance world.

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