LxD is the new Instructional Designer

The UX designer in your office might have rockstar status, but could UX designers 15 minutes of fame be up? While there’s definitely still room at the top, a new iteration of the skillset is pushing the boundaries of how we create experiences in the corporate learning space. Meet the Learning Experience Designer or the LxD.

The natural result of evolution and rebranding in the Learning and Development (L&D) field, you’ll probably notice that most job boards list positions for LxDs, rather than once-common Instructional Designers. It makes sense since the focus of instructional design was the “instruction” for content consumed by corporate learners. In contrast, LxD is more focused on meeting the needs of learners with a holistic approach. The new reigning rockstars of corporate learning, LxD leverages learning environment with compelling content to match today’s evolved training needs.

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