User Experience Design

So what is User Experience design and why should I care?

This is a great question! First let’s clarify a few things. User Experience design (or UX as it is affectionately known as) could also be bundled up with Human Centered Design or HCD.

User Experience design reminds us of many things we’ve been introduced to already, first and foremost that the learner is critical in planning and preparation of the design of our learning experiences. More on this in the next learning activity.

This article reminds us to bring the learner on the design journey with us (if possible)

What Does UX Have to Do with eLearning? Everything!

eLearning Brothers

The following article includes the idea of the Interface as being more about the UX, and in a more holistic sense this is true when we look at the overall end-to-end experience.

The Impact of UX on e-Learning

Edwiser work with Moodle administrators and design Moodle themes and LMSs

In this article, Connie Malamed provides us with a great overview of the steps and processes that make up the practice of UX design.

5 User Experience Research Techniques To Borrow For Learning Design

From the eLearning Coach (Connie Malamed)

The following article describes the most common tool, methods, processes, and deliverables that designers use throughout the digital product design process.

A comprehensive list of UX design methods & deliverables (2021)

The UX Collective (ISSN: 2766-5267) is an independent design publication built to elevate unheard design voices all over the world. Curated stories on user experience, visual and product design. The polar bear is a reference to “Information Architecture for the Web and Beyond”, one of the most famous books in UX.

We’ll look at User Interface (UI) design in an upcoming activity as part of this level where we explore UI as a more specific requirement when designing our individual learning experiences. eLearning modules, interactions and activities include calls to action that are required to be acted on by the learner as part of the learning experience.

This article introduces us to the difference between UI and UX and how we should be aware of these disciplines having their own motives.

Apply UI, UX Design Principles to Give eLearning a Makeover

From Learning Solutions

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