Tag: e-learning

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Top 8 Principles for Good Design

Good visual design adds a tremendous amount of instructional value to materials used in training. ‘Not so good’ design actually distracts and can restrict how much people learn. However, for many people, the notion of ‘good’ graphic design is extremely subjective. People tend to like what they like. As a graphic designer at Innovative Learning […]

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Hit the Road, Flash!

Flash is hitting the figurative road, as Innovative Learning Group Business Development Director Tom Petro recently blogged so eloquently in “Yikes! Flash is going away.” Its upcoming departure is causing companies to dust off their e-learning catalogs and decide if it’s time for an upgrade. To help these efforts, ILG held a webinar called “Ins […]

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Yikes! Flash Is Going Away

If you’re like me, you have certain projects around the house you want to get done, but you keep putting them off because they’re going to be hard to do or just not that much fun. I’m really not looking forward to remodeling my bathroom or painting one of the spare bedrooms. Then I discover […]

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Adapting to Adapt: Learning a New Framework for Responsive Design

At Innovative Learning Group, we’ve designed and developed thousands of e-learning courses using many different authoring tools and programming languages. So when requests started coming in to create e-learning using the new-to-us Adapt authoring tool and framework, an application that allows you to quickly build responsive e-learning content, we dove right in — because we know what […]

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