David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 10/8/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: The power of graphics for learning Common mistakes organizations make with predictive analytics Important tips for […]

NEW: The Top Tools for Learning 2018 [Jane Hart]

  The above was from Jane’s posting 10 Trends for Digital Learning in 2018 — from modernworkplacelearning.com by Jane Hart Excerpt: [On 9/24/18],  I released the […]

Taking up the Challenge

At the beginning of this year I wrote a to-do list of activities to develop my digital skills. One of the areas that I wanted […]

Webinar: How to Create Awesomeness with SVG Graphics

eLearning designers, rejoice! Microsoft PowerPoint now supports SVG vector graphics. Nic Brown, Director of Product and Design returned to our webinar hot seat to show […]

Finding Design Inspiration

As a graphic designer, I need to tap into my creativity on a daily basis. Creativity, like any other mental or physical activity, becomes easier, […]

Deck of Cards Graphics

Not long before this post I made a corny joke about doing a magic trick and it inspired me to create some card graphics for […]

Especially for students about to graduate: “How to design business cards people will remember you by” [DeMeré]

“How to design business cards people will remember you by” — from canva.com by Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré SoDesigner Sarah Salaverria has tips to breath new […]

Can You Spell with Flickr?

Spoiler Alert: The tool shared in this post is highly addictive… Read at your own risk! In 2013 I shared a post regarding Spell with […]

Reviewing Training Course Materials – Hints and Tips

Reviewing training materials can be an enjoyable task At some time, many of us will be asked to perform a review of some training content […]

The Future of Design, Part II [Madeleine Morley; Adobe]

The Future of Design, Part II — from 99u.adobe.com by Madeleine Morley; with thanks to Keesa V. Johnson for posting this on Twitter For the […]

Mystery Meat Navigation Design in Elearning

In 1998, Vincent Flanders, author of the perennially amusing Web Pages that Suck, coined the phrase Mystery Meat Navigation (or MMN) for web pages which […]

Webinar: How to Rock the New Features in Storyline 3

Last Tuesday, I teamed up with fellow eLearning rockstar Bill Milstid to discuss some of the cool new features in Storyline 3. During the course […]

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