May 10, 2010

Composition & Layout for Multimedia eLearning Projects

I often find students of ID and eLearning struggle with basic concepts in layout and composition of their multimedia eLearning projects. This short overview introduces the classic principles of design in the context of creating an eLearning project with Adobe Captivate 5.

Enjoy! ;)

Posted by Allen Partridge8:08 PM
  • De Anna Fench

    This is a solid start. More ID and eLearning programs should include digital design foundation courses. It is difficult to design print or web-based training without understanding (at least) the basics of color methodologies, interaction/human-computer design, font legibility, etc. I actually returned to graduate school once I realized I could design instruction, but not really “design” instruction.

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