- Feb 4, 2016 11:44 am
So you have found yourself in the role of an elearning or online learning creator/developer/builder, or even perhaps ‘designer’.
What’s that? You’ve never designed something in your life? You’ve fallen into the gig because management asked you to take it on? You’re a ‘geek’ at heart and love computers, but never had to make something ‘look pretty’. “Hey surely if it’s functional it doesn’t matter what it looks like? That’s ok isn’t it? Anyone? Anyone?”
[Sound of chirping crickets]
‘Hmm…might be in a spot of bother here’
You don’t need 3-5 years of study to be able to visually design something and make it look good.
Though of course if you have that time go for it! You will develop an amazing skillset that is in demand; and if you already have that skillset, go forth and design my friend!
For everyone else, there are some basic principles, rules and methods, which will allow you to produce some top looking designs in your elearning. This series of blog posts will explore these basics and allow you to get your designer on!
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