Have you heard of #attentioneconomy? This week I had a chance to read more about it and I'm interested to know your thoughts.
Taking time to reflect about what I have learned and plan to learn this year. Dan Harmon's #storycircle is a great tool for #reflection. At what point in this circle do you see yourself? #inte5340 #herosjourney
This week I was challenged to create something that tells a story about life in the near-future. I have always been fascinated with Augmented Reality and its capabilities. Here is my take on a product I can see in the near-future. Let me know what you think. Could you see this technology being implemented? What … Continue reading Augmented Reality On-Dash Navigation, in the near-future
I recently discovered webinars from recognized elearning organizations aren't always good, and that's ok. As an instructional designer and e-learning developer I am always open to learning opportunities, and attending just two webinars this past week taught me a lot about how to plan and facilitate a live event. Have you ever been so impressed … Continue reading Webinars are not always good, and that’s ok
Research inquiry on visual thinking and UX design. Two instructional design frameworks that interest me. Visual Thinking I first heard of visual thinking during my first semester in my Instructional Design masters program. This framework for delivering complex information using visual media helps organize thoughts and improve our ability to think and communicate. It is … Continue reading Visual Thinking and UX Design