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Using C.R.A.P Web Design For eLearning – eLearning Industry -

C.R.A.P Web Design For eLearning Last week we began looking at some web design practices we could (and should) be borrowing from web design to help create exceptional elearning. Last week was scrolling and this week, we’ll be borrowing C.R.A.P principles from visual design, in other words, C.R.A.P web design for elearning. Robin Williams described […]

Developers come clean about the realities of crunch -

“Many teams (indie and AAA alike) seem to start a project already calculating in crunch to the schedule for added content or productivity, which is bizarrely short-sighted and disgusting.” – Developer Tanya X. Short rails against how crunch seems to be ingrained in game development culture. Crunch time, once a romanticized aspect of game development […]

Mothercare uses gamification to train staff

Mothercare is modernising its approach to health and safety training by moving online with its first ever e-learning course for staff. The 20 minute-long bespoke module, Staying Safe at Work, created by Sponge UK includes an elearning game and custom-made illustrations, will provide an engaging and consistent learning experience for new starters, as well as […]

Social media changes enable users to avoid missteps, reach customers

Realizing a tweet meant for your personal Twitter account was just posted to your brand’s profile has been a nightmare come true for many social media professionals. A new feature on TweetDeck could prevent that debacle from happening again. The Twitter tool’s social media team sent the following tweet Monday explaining how the service works: […]

How gamification can help get clients to plan for retirement -

Giving financial advice isn’t fun and games. Money is serious business, and running out of it in retirement is among our clients’ biggest concerns. However, as financial professionals, we sometimes take ourselves too seriously, which runs the risk of coming across as too stern or authoritative, and sometimes causes clients to resist our advice. So […]