Games of all sorts have become a pervasive part of our culture, and they’re only going to become more widespread and influential in the coming years. Learn about the physiology of fun and how every game is a learning experience.
In this session, you’ll discuss five effective and user-friendly practices that will increase production quality. You’ll learn how to choose a color palette, why contrast is important and how to use it, the power of white space, and more!
This session demonstrates why it’s important to consider web design principles when making decisions for your eLearning courses. Topics include web conventions, micro-interactions, and typographic principles.
You’ll look at some approaches for translating Flash-based eLearnings into HTML5 content in this session. You can learn about classifying content and assigning an appropriate tool, and you’ll get an introduction to some common tools.
In this session, you will learn how to use layers, variables, and multimedia to add game elements to an Articulate Storyline course and improve the quality of your eLearning production — straight from one of our talented eLearning developers.
In this session you’ll explore a few techniques that will help you add “bells and whistles” to your eLearning, quite literally. Learn about why sound is so important to learning, how to apply sound design in your training, and where to source sounds.
In this session you’ll explore different ways to capture high quality audio “in the field.” You’ll compare external and internal camera microphones, learn about several low-cost mics, and learn how to plan around your audio needs.
With the pervasiveness of smartphones in the world, the ability to create video content is right at your fingertips — but where do you start? You’ll learn how to shoot effectively, explore starter equipment, and discuss video editing basics.
How Innovation at Home Can Change Learning at Work
with Jeremy Roberts and Jeremy Medrano
Our daily lives are constantly being disrupted by innovation. Alexa, Netflix, Oculus, the new Google headphones and even Amazon with their new Amazon Go store are all changing the way we live.
They also have the potential to change the way we learn. This discussion focuses on how innovation outside of the learning field can, and in some cases already is, changing the way we think about learning at work. Attendees will be challenged to look beyond their industry for inspiration. They need look no further than their own home.