109 Applying Web Design and Usability Standards to eLearning
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, November 16
How do eLearning developers ensure that trainings are well designed graphically? There are many resources out there for web design standards, such as the Nielsen Norman Group and the World Wide Web Consortium, but what about eLearning design? Sure, there are plenty of resources for free templates and character packs, but that doesn’t really help developers learn how to properly design online training.
Good news! You can apply many interaction design principles for interface design and web design best practices to your eLearning content. In this session, you will learn the benefits of implementing graphic design techniques and the key usability standards that directly apply to eLearning design by exploring realistic “do and don’t” examples for each. What you gain from this session, you can take back and immediately apply to support and enhance your content.
In this session, you will learn:
- About key usability standards
- How to directly apply standards to eLearning design
- Graphic design techniques and principles
- How to use graphic design techniques to support and enhance eLearning content
Novice, intermediate, and advanced designers, developers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Articulate Storyline 2, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and various web application sites and resources.
Training Content Developer
Lisa Crowe, a training content developer with KPA, has been in the field of training and development for eight years. She has held various positions, previously working as a training manager for a behavioral treatment organization and a corporate trainer for a health insurance company. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and French from the University of Colorado, as well as a master’s degree in organizational leadership and instructional design from Colorado State University–Global. Lisa is passionate about training, online course development, and ultimately, the success of her learners.
Danielle Kunce is a multimedia designer with KPA. She has been a multimedia designer for five years, specializing in user experience design. Danielle holds a degree in visual communications with a focus on web design from AIU. She is part of the training content development team and works closely with the developers on user interface design for the company’s software platforms.