If you’ve worked for any length of time in L&D, you must be familiar with the term WIIFM. You have probably brought it up in […]
Instructional design is not easy. There is the need to balance the expectations of many stakeholders, while not losing sight of the learning goals. One […]
Some time back, we had talked about how to give your e-learning vendor a strong design briefing. In response to that brief, you would typically […]
I've just refreshed and republished over 100 of my online e-learning examples so they're healthy, happy, and visible. Here's the story.
This week’s challenge is to create a progress indicator. The best indicator your online demos are in good shape is that you can see them.
When we think about what makes an online course successful, we should start with how users get into contact with the course in the first […]
When you think about learner success, what comes to mind first? Chances are good it’s something like completion rate, information retention, or the ability to […]
To create a successful learning and development strategy, you must put the learner first. While that seems like common sense, many HR departments and L&D […]
As a tool for digital learning or eLearning, animation is a double-edged sword. When used effectively, it’s a great way to engage learners and communicate […]
You might have noticed a few changes at Savv-e. We’ve got a new logo and, launching later in the year, a new microlearning tool that […]
Successful localization of e-learning courses is critical for their realization on the market regardless of the purpose of their creation. For a business, efficient company […]
Get an email when new posts appear OVERVIEW OF BLOG POSTS You might have set up a webinar program because … well, everyone else in […]