Every elearning project needs a plan, and when you create an elearning storyboard, you’re taking that plan to the next level! Although not a requirement for every situation, storyboarding can be an important step in
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We have 2 goals at eLearningArt: to help you design great visuals for your eLearning programs and to save you time in eLearning development. Get started here:
As instructional designers, we’re always trying to make our eLearning courses more interesting, effective, and engaging. But with a mountain of content to produce, tight deadlines, and a small budget, where do we even start?
When your eLearning slides look great, viewer engagement increases, your instructional voice is enhanced, and you hear “I love it!” more often. But for those of us who aren’t trained designers, slides can be a
Graphic design, from print to web and right onto our eLearning and presentation slides, evolves constantly. With evolution comes the need to keep up — it’s survival of the fittest, and all that, right? To
Wow! It’s September already. We’re turning the corner toward year-end, and all the fun that brings! This month, we’ve got a new guy bursting on the scene, a couple of fun design treatments, and a
When we’re building workplace learning, we want to make sure it delivers on the promise of behavioral change. And to get there, we need to follow evidence-based practices. Problem is, who has time to source,
The eLearningArt engine was crankin’ in July and it’s only picking up more steam here in August! We released a ton of new character images, created a bunch of design hacks, and published four awesome
It’s a great feeling when all the needs-assessing, info-gathering, SME-wrangling, script-writing and other just-getting-ready details of a workplace learning program finally fall into place. It’s time to move over to program development, at last! So
Last week I shared my #1 best recommendation for controlling the design conversation: Be proactive, not reactive, in design conversations with stakeholders. You learned how I offer a choice of design treatments to project stakeholders.
Last week I shared the importance controlling the design conversation by having several styles you feel comfortable in. I let you all vote on which one to release. As promised, here is the step-by-step tutorial