Series is a new product that LinkedIn is piloting to help members build community around the topics they care about by writing regularly about those topics. I’m part of a pilot group that is helping LinkedIn to launch series.
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Modern web design involves a lot of moving parts like content design, icon work, and UX design strategies. One newer trend is the use of microinteractions on web and mobile projects. These look great in the final project but aren't so easy to make with a static mockup. So designers have been picking...
Awesome blog post on LinkedIn. For me this movie says it all!
We really need to get those pesky compliance learnings, or any other kind of digital learning for that matter, to a next level !!!
A start would be to smart up your designs by using correct UX and other design principles. Not that it will be the "key" that solves everything, but it will make at least the digital learning experience way better. Thus a start of improvements!
Digital Learning is all about the needs of the "presenter", the specific user / target groups, the right storytelling for them and the right design / usage of media and interactivity that is used to present this all with.
Here is a nice blogpost on this item. Hope you can get out of it what you need for your own Digital Learning Design.
Not agreeing with everything, as I think LXD is entwined with ID. So in my view ID will not die out and dissapear, but will / needs to evolve as it already is doing. The foundation of the story is there, so kuddos to all you who are delving into this area of Digital Learning Design (DLD).
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Learning Experience Design (LXD) is a new field of practice which is slowly replacing Instructional Design (ID) in corporate learning. LXD proponents often describe it as everything ID is missing or generally criticized for lacking learner-centered qualities.
Original posted on eLearning Industry. Learning Experience Design Differs From Instructional Design I’m an educator in the heart and by trade, and I have played many roles in the industry including that of the instructor, curriculum writer, course developer, and Instructional Designer.