4 Tips for using visuals in instructional design

We have so many design apps and picture libraries at our disposal that it’s both an opportunity and a challenge to create amazing visuals in […]

How to collaborate successfully in complex instructional design

There’s an old saying that goes, “too many cooks spoil the broth”, meaning that if too many people are involved in the same task, it […]

What L&D professionals need to know about social media for corporate training

Social media is one of the biggest shifts in the way we interact and communicate. While many blame it for a decrease in productivity, there’s […]

3 Useful tips about adult learning to help with experience design

Before the health crisis of 2020, e-learning had already become the norm in many organizations. However, other types of learning interventions often complimented it. Whether […]

Instructional Design In Training And Development Process

In this interconnected world, the only way to make online learning engaging and interactive by infusing digital tools is through effective instructional design models. This […]

4 Lenses To Bring eLearning Instructional Design Into Focus With CCAF—Part 2

Let's look at CCAF Design for Instructional Interactivity through the perspective of different considerations for eLearning instructional design. This post was first published on eLearning […]

The Most Common Roles In An eLearning Company

Be the first to discover the roles within a team of eLearning professionals and their contribution to the final project completion. This post was first […]

Practical tips for designing and facilitating learning experiences for neurodiverse learners

In my previous article, I’ve touched on what neurodiversity is and, more importantly, what it’s not. Namely, that would be a strict association with an […]

Why instructional designers need to consider neurodiverse learners

With all the recent focus on diversity and inclusion, it’s high time instructional designers learn what neurodiversity really is and how they can adapt the […]

10 Tips for conducting a training needs analysis when faced with managerial demand

Whenever there is a team performance issue, the go-to people for most managers are the training specialists. In my many years of corporate L&D experience, […]


I’ve been an Instructional Designer for many years now. I’ll admit we are an imperfect profession. After all, design lives in the space where there […]


The common wisdom amongst instructional designers is to avoid creating an information overload. Don’t overburden the learner. Just keep things simple. Make it easy. Yeah […]

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