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Personas are widely used across creative fields to build meaningful solutions for users. So, why is training so late to the game?
Think back to the last eLearning course or training program you took. Did the session begin with a long list of bullets outlining what you’d learn in the experience? Chances are, it did. And chances are also pretty good that whoever wrote the list called them “learning objectives.”
Many in the training biz have heard the acronym “LXD.” But what do those three letters really mean, and how is this different from instructional design? Find out more!
In color psychology, Purple represents luxury, mystery, and royalty. It’s used to symbolize everything from creativity to indulgence.
In color psychology, Light Blue represents tranquility, openness, and trust. 🌊 Find out more about to how to use it for your designs.
In color psychology, Green represents stability, nature, and growth. Find out more about to how to use it for your designs.
In color psychology, Yellow represents positivity, affordability, and a sense of ease. It’s the ultimate “Everyman’s” color.
In color psychology, Orange represents creativity, enthusiasm, and friendliness.
In color psychology, Red represents passion, excitement, intensity, and warning.
Another very common question I get from new designers is, “Where can I find good graphics for my projects? Google Images doesn’t cut it for me.” I hate hearing that folks have relied on Google Image search for so long—and I cringe thinking how many copyright violations are happening on the daily from those who don’t know how many incredible resources actually exist.
New IDs often ask me: “How can I remove the background from this image?” They’re usually working with a JPEG that needs a transparent background. The truth is, there are countless ways to achieve this; some are just easier than others. (Spoiler alert: PPT is my fave.)