The benefits of using minimalism in digital learning

The term ‘minimalism’ emerged during the 1960s to describe a visual art style where the focus is on simplicity. In 1964, minimal artist Frank Stella coined the iconic phrase “what you see is what you see” when describing how to interpret his work. Nowadays, the minimalist mantra is upheld in a variety of industries from architecture to design and even lifestyle. The notion remains the same in all of them. Keep it simple. We need to bring minimalism to digital learning.

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