Blog - learning design

  • March 05, 2015

    Extreme eLearning: Pavlok’s Electroshocking Wristband

    By: Aaron Hill

    Emerging technologies can make it or break it based not on their contributions to our lives but on their shock value. Let’s look at a couple of extreme examples: Google 23andMe—23 is the number of pairs of chromosomes that make up DNA. According to Bloomberg, 800,000 willing participants have handed over their DNA for Google […]

  • June 10, 2014

    Accessibility Vs. Subject Matter: Why Responsive Design Works

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Think about all the time you spend in front of screens, from TVs to computers, tablets and smartphones: We take in 90 percent of media consumption from screen-based sources. And, if your learners are already using screens to absorb media, talk to friends and be entertained, it only makes sense that your design strategy should […]

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