Typically, all eLearning courses consist of three components; the content, the visual elements, and the technology that powers the eLearning course to work seamlessly across devices. The eLearning industry has undergone several transformations in the last two decades. The changes
Our previous blog post looked at the importance of integrating elements of game thinking in eLearning design and how gamified learning makes workplace learning engaging and effective. Continuing the line of thought, our blog post today looks at how
Design plays a major role in the success of an eLearning program. Design has evolved from functional buttons, synchronized audio and video, and assessments. Modern eLearning is all about creating engaging and powerful learning experiences that drive the user to
‘Heuristic evaluation’ was pioneered by Jakob Nielsen and Rolf Molich in 1990. This is their definition of the term – Heuristic evaluation is a usability engineering method for finding the usability problems in a user interface design so that they
Instructional Designers (IDs) provide a structural framework to learning thereby participating in the efforts to make the learner engagement efficient, effective and appealing. <!–more–>That is what this blog aims to showcase by recording the account and experience of
Okay, so device-agnostic content is the talk of the town. It has to be. With umpteen devices of all kinds releasing every other day, it is almost impossible (and very, very arduous if possible) to tailor website layout
What is cognitive load theory (CLT)?
Attributable to John Sweller who developed this theory after thoroughly studying problem solving, CLT provides guidelines for improving learning and retention by focusing on the memory capacity of human beings. While