To be sure, a slick PowerPoint deck alone isn’t enough to achieve learning objectives. While principles of instructional design are the foundation of your work, you need to make your visuals appealing to learners. In this issue of TD at Work, Brittany Harris reviews six principles of design to help you create and critique visual design for virtually any kind of learning deliverable.
TD at Work authors have a variety of backgrounds. Some authors have written extensively for other publications, while others are first-time authors who wish to share their expertise or practice with other workplace learning and performance professionals.