Monthly Archives: March 2014

9 Effective Instructional Design Tactics

Great article from Learn Dash. http://www.learndash.com/9-effective-instructional-design-tactics/ H/T to samyberg for sharing! Advertisements

Posted in learning

Awesomely Bad Training Videos: The Shopping Trip

Next up, we have a series of training videos for employees of several grocery store chains under one parent company. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Unlike many other training videos, this series isn’t filled with over-dramatic actors, or scenes

Posted in training videos

Design and web trends to bid farewell

In January, UX Mag and Mashable both published lists of web design elements that should be trashed once and for all. Interestingly, the list only agreed on 2 1/2 items: photo carousels, m dot sites, and the use of Flash.

Posted in UI, usability, UX

Awesomely Bad Training Videos: Nintendo Customer Service

Our latest video comes from the gaming industry, as Nintendo started promoting their troubleshooting guide for use by the customer service desks at their retailers. That’s right, this video is an 8 1/2 minute commercial for a job aid. (Anyone

Posted in gaming, training videos

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective eLearning Designers

This article from eLearning Brothers has some great tips, not just for eLearning Designers, but for anyone who works in the creative space. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective eLearning Designers

Posted in design, elearning, learning

How Games Affect The Brain

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Posted in gaming, infographic, learning

Embed Getty images on your blog – for free!

Ever wish you could use on of Getty Images’ gorgeous photos to accompany your blog post, but the licensing fees just made it impractical? Getty’s new Embed Tool allows you to embed one of their beautiful images in your post

Posted in design