Understanding Responsive Design for eLearning

With the plethora of internet connected devices available on the market it can be hard to predict how learners will be consuming your eLearning content. Rather than trying to predict what devices your learners will be learning on, eLearning design has embraced a practice called responsive design so that learners always benefit from optimal user experience—no matter what device they are learning from.

What is responsive Design?

According to a guide from Upside Learning, responsive web design was introduced in 2010 by a web designer named Ethan Marcotte. In his book, Responsive Web Design, Marcotte defines the practice as a technical design endeavor that ensures optimal viewing experiences for people who use different devices to view web content. Compared to traditional web design, responsive web design make designs flexible and adaptive across a wide range of devices so that users do not have to re-size viewing content to match their screen’s device. Still confused?

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