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Thursday, June 08, 2017

Read this Free eBook - 233 Tips on Graphics and Visual Design | The eLearning Guild


Take a closer peek at this complimentary eBook, 233 Tips on Graphics and Visual Design.


Strong visuals can do a lot to make the information you’re sharing easier for people to understand and remember. Thankfully, effective visual design in L&D is less about your fine art skills and more about understanding how information can best be conveyed visually, and how to use those approaches creatively in your own work. This eBook, 233 Tips on Graphics andVisual Design, contains design concepts and ideas that don’t just work in theory, but have real, practical application in the work we do on a regular basis.

It offers tips from the L&D community on:
  • Getting started with design
  • Finding inspiration
  • Creating thoughtful user interfaces
  • Using graphics, text, and layouts effectively
  • Ensuring design consistency
  • And more!
The tips are also targeted at the specific design challenges we face in our field, making this a fast way for you to get advice and develop the skills you need. Discover how you can enhance your content today!

Photo: Bianca Woods
Bianca Woods, Senior Manager of Programming, The eLearning Guild writes in the introduction,  "Whether you have years of experience with graphic design or you can’t draw a stick person to save your life, if you work in L&D, chances are good that visual design is an important part of the work you do—whether or not you were
formally trained in it."

But why all the fuss about design in the first place? Well, strong visuals can do a lot to make the information you’re sharing easier for people to understand and emember. Things like clear user interfaces that make content easier to explore, high-quality images that enhance content, infographics and graphs that simplify complex data, and clean layouts that ensure visuals don’t distract from content are just some examples of the wide range of design choices that can aid us in a vital part of our role: helping people understand and use information.


So enjoy this eBook, and remember—we can all be great designers!
Download the free eBook now 

Source: The eLearning Guild


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