Posted on Wed, 04/19/2017 - 09:11
Effective design doesn’t draw attention to itself. It subtly enhances the learning experience without distracting the learner. On the other hand, poor design sticks out like a sore thumb.
There are many advantages to custom elearning experiences, but even the best ideas won’t be effective if the design is flawed. Think of a person who has an image in their mind of a picture they’d like to paint. They gather the necessary supplies and stare at the blank canvas because they realize they don’t know how to execute the wonderful idea they have.
Attempting to design an elearning game without knowing the right way to put the great ideas into action is just like that potential artist. They have a great idea that’s going nowhere.
These design pointers can make the difference between a game that works and a game that flops:
The design of a custom elearning experience is vitally important to the success of the learners who will be utilizing it. Following the guidelines discussed here will give the game the best chance of being an effective training tool for the users.
By Designing Digitally, Inc.