Simplify your designs

Simplify your designs

Simplify your designs You can apply this rule to several things in life, less is more. This is especially crucial with e-learning because it’s all about giving the learner what they have in digestible bits. A few key points can be far more effective than an...
Avoid certain colors in eLearning

Avoid certain colors in eLearning

Avoid certain colors in eLearning Just as there are rules of what to incorporate in your eLearning, there are things to avoid also. Some colors are often downright difficult to read or give off the incorrect message. Here the bright red and exclamation point gives a...
Help to focus the learner with color values

Help to focus the learner with color values

Help to focus the learner with color values If you want to control where your learner looks first and keep them focused on the content, color values can help you do that. The value of a color is simply put, the grayscale equivalent of the color. Notice the original...
Add neutral colors to your designs

Add neutral colors to your designs

Add neutral colors to your designs Neutral colors can add so much to the visual look of your e-learning. Neutrals make good background colors and are excellent choices for text and other elements that anchor the slide. What I mean isn’t everything must grab your...
Accessibility considerations in eLearning

Accessibility considerations in eLearning

Colour and contrast Accessibility considerations in eLearning What exactly is accessibility? this suggests everyone has access to your content including persons with disabilities. In 1973 US government passed the Rehabilitation Act, which gave all citizens access to...