How much learner experience debt are you incurring when you develop a learning experience? Although describing the design of digital experiences more generally, it's very applicable to the ID world.
"UX debt is the quality gap between the experience your digital product delivers now and the improved experience it could offer given the necessary time and resources. Put another way, UX debt measures the number and magnitude of potential product enhancements that would improve the user experience."
Just substitute learner experience for UX...We all live in a world of constraints, however, unintentional ux/learner experience debt is something we can try to avoid.
Google Docs has evolved from a simple collaborative text editor to a full-fledged word processing system. In fact, Google Docs’ collaboration, formatting and security capabilities now rival that of Microsoft (…) Read more
Like the collaboration features of Google Doc but missing some of the functionality of Microsoft Word. Some tips and tricks for bridging the gaps.
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Asking your SMEs or pilot users to talk through a process (whether cognitive or physical-task based) is an important part of instructional design. But words only go so far. Visualization can help you get a clearer sense of where things are and where they could be.
This article will help you identify the 2015 Instructional Design trends and help you navigate the landscape by pointing you in the direction of resources.
I don't think these are particularly new trends but the actions suggested are useful to think about and build on. Would urge caution in overinterpreting some of the brain science studies many cite, but as this article points out, there are some useful construct out there.
If you have any interest in behavior change whatsoever, the research I’m going to share in this article will be very valuable to you. In fact, I believe this to be so important, I decided to attach a bonus video of yours truly. This way, if facts don’t get you excited maybe I will (you know...
Still on a design to change attitudes riff today. Great points n this article: Do the good. Be the good (not read the good.) How many times do we tell learners what they should feel rather than giving them some opportunities for doing?
This video shows an intro to an adobe edge animate tutorial and making responsive animations for Adobe Captivate 8.
A tool mashup--Captivate 8 and Edge--A bit is devoted to explaining basic Edge features, but also includes useful tips for including the output in Captivate while still meeting responsive design needs.
Gagne is a classic that still provides a good framework for instruciton. Would suggest not being too literal about providing a learning objective--rather consider a reminder to include some explicit reference to the WIIFM. Also think that step 4, 5,and 6 can sometimes be combined and/or flipped. Depends on the content complexity and your learner (novice, intermediate, advanced). Often forgotten, yet very important--step 9, but think it should not just include a recap but an authentic way to take next steps in the workplace/org setting.
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