SELR103 Unlocking the Potential of Responsive Design
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Wednesday, October 23
Expo Hall: eLearning Rockstars Stage
Developing content that is meaningful, accessible, and maintainable in a world of multiple devices and varied platforms is a huge challenge.
Developing content that is meaningful, accessible, and maintainable in a world of multiple devices and varied platforms is a huge challenge. Responsive web design is the key, but to unlock its real power instructional designers need to differentiate between “true” responsive and many of the “pseudo-responsive” approaches in use today.
To be successful in a multi-device world, instructional designers need to let go of the control they’ve gotten used to with “slide-based” learning and embrace the idea that web-based learning doesn’t have to be so constrained.
This session will provide participants with a thorough understanding of the principles of responsive design and how to apply them to any type of learning—from traditional courses to knowledge bases and job aids. Recognizing the difference between true responsive design and other approaches equips designers with the knowledge they need to make more effective training that is easier to develop and maintain.
In this session, you will learn:
- The benefits of responsive design as applied to learning development
- The differences between true responsive design and other responsive design approaches
- Two simple but powerful metaphors to help you understand and apply true responsive design principles to all your learning development projects
- How true responsive design can benefit multiple types of learning development projects—from more traditional courses to other types of vehicles such as knowledge bases and job aids
Chris Van Wingerden
VP Learning Solutions
Chris Van Wingerden is the senior vice president of learning solutions for dominKnow Learning Systems. He has worked in the eLearning world for more than 15 years, helping client teams solve all kinds of different training and development challenges.