Make your e-learning content pop with these 5 visual perception tricks

Here’s my confession for today: I love to learn, but I don’t like textbooks.

Before you label me as a typical Millennial, let me clarify: I don’t like textbooks that are hard to follow, have many confusing graphs, and use a small font that requires a magnifying glass. I find myself spending more time deciphering images and following the authors’ ideas than on the actual meaning.

As an answer to traditional textbooks, online courses seem to be the best alternative, blending content and design skillfully to make learning easier for anyone. However, managing to pull that off takes a lot of time, especially if you’re an instructor and entrepreneur, not a graphic designer.

Yet, your graphics aren’t just a nice-to-have part of the course; they’re a source of information, helping you communicate your message faster and more effectively.

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