Looking for some help getting your graphics in a good-looking state? This blog-style mini course is for you! It covers tips and techniques to improve your design skills and have fun doing it! Whether you’re a new instructional designer, a teacher transitioning into eLearning, or just someone who wants to make graphics and visual content look a bit better, you’ll walk away with valuable tips and techniques to improve your work right away.
In the ID community, there will always be some debate over which program is best suited for storyboarding. One camp insists that text-forward Word or Google Doc storyboards reign supreme, while the other opts to tell a slide-based story using tools like PowerPoint or Google Slides. So the question remains: Is one type of storyboard actually better than the other? Let’s explore.
The storyboard is your North Star to successful instructional design! Instructional designers rely on the storyboard for nearly all content development, design direction, and development guidance. Plus, it’s used to communicate to stakeholders—an essential part of the overall eLearning/course creation process.
Want to edit a vector file, but don’t have Adobe Illustrator? Don’t worry! Microsoft PowerPoint has you covered. ✅
Practice your visual design and development skills with this month’s creative prompt. (Free graphics pack inside!) Then, join us for our monthly Sip ‘n Showcase Zoom event on 12/27, where we’ll share our projects and network with other IDs/LXDs!🧑🎄