Visual Design for the Rest of Us

Quality visual design is a critical attribute of effective learning experiences. From the handouts printed for an instructor-led class to the screen layout of an e-learning course, to the user interface of a performance support mobile app, messages are sent visually—whether intended or not.

Unfortunately, the visual communication side of instructional design often takes a back seat to the content. When an appealing aesthetic is desired, it traditionally has been done with the assistance of creative professionals. Yet with today’s time and budget restraints, that responsibility increasingly falls to the rest of us…

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