Designing Learning Experiences: Batteries Not Included
This session will provide you with case studies, workflows and techniques to help you kick-off a successful project, report or presentation… with and without technology! Learn how improve communication between stake holders, analyze the real needs of your users and present solutions that will work for your team.
What You’ll Learn:
- How to start your research, collect feedback and prioritize next steps.
- How to sketch ideas, create user journeys and incorporate prototyping into your process.
- Techniques using paper, digital and web-based prototyping.
- Waterfall and Agile Workflows and how to apply them to your projects.
- Dozens of resources and tools to get started.
Whether you are creating a new learning module, presentation, training workshop, or a web based course, join me to find out more about strategies that will help you overcome learning and development challenges within your industry.
You'll also have the opportunity to outline a project concept and present it for feedback to help you make informed design decisions. Bring your crayons, markers, paper and tape and let the learning begin!
About the Speaker:
Linda Daniels is a Design Thinker, Experience Architect and Educator with over 20 years experience leading interactive and traditional teams for a long list of well-known Fortune 500 companies such as Merck Pharmaceuticals and M&M Mars. She specializes in the strategic direction and design of projects for internal and external organizations, creating exceptional user experiences that maximize results for corporate, consumer and educational initiatives. Linda also serves as a thought leader, collaborating with multidisciplinary top thinkers and innovators, contributing to industry blogs, facilitating workshops, and teaching Interaction Design & Development at Philadelphia University. To find out more about Linda you can find her here: Linkedin @ldaniels_design
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