Responsive design and smart eLearning authoring

“We are a nation of multi-screeners.” – ‘The New Multi-Screen World Study’, 2012

 What Google learned about American consumers in 2012 is true for most of the connected world today.1 Computer, smartphone, tablet, or TV – we’re spending a lot of time in front of one or more screens and we regularly switch devices. What this means is that the learner who starts a course on a desktop, may well leave midway, resume on a tablet, and finish on a smartphone….or the other way around. This leaves eLearning authors and developers with an unenviable task – that of creating content that runs perfectly and looks optimal on every single device out there.

Enter Responsive eLearning Design.

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