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I have been devoting my last few blogs the eLeanringManifesto.org which was instigated by Michael Allen, Julie Dirksen, Clark Quinn, and Will Thalheimer. We are so privileged that this amazing group of professionals in the field of Instructional Design and … Continue reading
I found Tom Kuhlmann guiding principles inspiring today in an attempt to get all of us designers intentional about our course designs. Sounds like a no brainier… would we not be intentional? Here is what he shared: Even if the … Continue reading
In addition to understanding the web site’s purpose and goals, you need to know who will use the site. If you know me, you know that I always harp on how important it is to understand your user. Have you … Continue reading
I recently came across an episode of Ultimate Factories, which showcased the Ferrari Factory in Italy. The Ferrari factory which produces the car that everyone dreams of owning and few ever do, has some striking similar characteristics to the field … Continue reading
The following are some notes that I will use for a presentation that I am giving to my department about how, I as a designer, get or redesign content that I receive from instructors for their online courses. Each heading … Continue reading
The other day we discussed how a designer’s creativity often happens during their downtime… but we are always on. So what do we do? Let’s look at a recent posting on The 99% which is a daily web magazine whose … Continue reading
The design of an HTML page is truly user dependent. End user factors such as operating system, browser, coding elements, speeds, security settings, etc. regularly affect the design of webpages. Taking this into account how can you truly assure that … Continue reading