Today, eLearning modules, games, and simulations need to function on a diverse array of tablets, desktops, laptops, and smartphones. You can enrich your palette of multiplatform design options with a combination of HTML5 and device capabilities such as geolocation, QR code scanning, SMS messaging, and touch interfaces.

Participants in this session will explore some basic design considerations when developing HTML5-based eLearning, and dissect several case examples of hand-built HTML5 vs. eLearning developed with authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline. Learn how to make design and user-interface decisions for HTML5-based eLearning that will help you avoid issues that can degrade the learner experience, create production issues, or in some cases, simply not work.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Top eLearning authoring tools that produce HTML5 output
  • Limits to eLearning authoring tools and some reasons to “home brew”
  • Strategies for using learning-experience templates to design for production
  • Learning-user interface considerations for touchscreens

Designers, developers, project managers, managers, directors, VPs, CLOs, and executives with some experience in eLearning design, production, or production management.