Using time in elearning can have different purposes. You can add pressure, a sense of urgency or time a test. Here are 6 ways to use time in elearning.
Designing for another culture or language? Find out what else to think of than finding a translator and importing the translated slide content.
You couldn’t attend iDesignX in Sydney? No problem, I’ve got you covered with my 5 key take-aways. Learn about scenario-based writing, design systems, better video and more.
Facilitating workshops and courses starts with finding a suitable training room. Find out what you need to think of and download my checklist.
Ever wondered what facilitators carry in their trolley? Find out about the stationery and other items you can’t do without (and why) when facilitating or delivering training.
Icons in elearning and presentations can help you to declutter and emphasise your message. Use icons to get to the essence quicker and enhance the learning.
Effective elearning is accessible elearning. Almost one in five people have a disability. Don’t exclude them from your elearning content.
Do you use digital in your face-to-face courses? Check out my 6 examples to enhance the learning experience with digital and you might change your mind.
Every developer of online content will have some favourite tools they will use almost every day. I am sharing the 6 favourites that help me improve my writing and visual design.
No budget, no photos? Use a stock character and background image to give context to your elearning. See my 8 examples on how you can add value to your course with stock characters.