Tag Archives: design

Art & Science of E-Learning

Design is a critical aspect of creating engaging and effective learning experiences. Unfortunately for learners, too many online courses are decorated instead of thoughtfully designed. The result is often boring, unattractive and ineffectual. Mike Taylor from Mindset Digital is here to help you avoid boring eLearning.

This session will explore how anyone, even non-designers can apply some proven principles to intentionally design courses that audiences will love and learn from. This session will explore design principles which have been proven to improve learning results along with easy to implement examples—even for non-designers.

Minimalist Design

Sergey Snegirev has spent much of his career working with Swedish companies and e-Learning designers. He will share his experience in this Inspiration Wednesday’s webinar. Sergey will talk about how Scandinavian minimalism is taking over the world, why flat design is all the rage today and how everyone can make their courses look more professional while also reducing production time. The session will contain inspiring and easy-to-use tips as well as examples from real minimalist e‑Learning projects.

Lectora Templates vs. Themes

Lectora 11 makes it easier than ever for you to apply a professional, high quality look and feel to your courses. Take advantage of over 75 new design themes in a variety of colors and sizes. You still have access to terrific online based templates, and the ability to create and save your own templates for future use. So what’s the difference between a theme and a template? Join us for this session as we break down the features of both and provide you with tips and tricks for utilizing these terrific design features within your course development.