This post is in response to eLearning Heroes’ eLearning Challenge #54. 10 Things Instructional Designers Hate to Hear [in no particular order] “What’s so hard about what you do, anyway?” “Ohhh I understand. So you create that boring stuff that the HR department makes me sit through.” “How could you possibly create training on something… Continue reading 10 Things Instructional Designers Hate to Hear
The value of quality assurance is often underestimated. I hate to even admit the number of times I have had to explain to higher-ups why it should never be the place to “save time and money.” While it is temping to settle for “good enough” and sacrifice the time-intensive process that can be quality assurance,… Continue reading Quality assurance, shmality assurance! Who needs it!
Minimum viable products (MVP) are popular for many things, including software products and applications, start-up companies or concepts, etc. MVP are typically defined as products with the highest rate of return on investment with low risk. An MVP approach is usually preferred when you want to get something to the market quickly to test it… Continue reading Learning Solutions as Minimum Viable Products (MVP)
I keep a pulse on the instructional systems design (ISD) job market for a number of reasons, i.e.: • As CYA in the event that I need a parachute. • I had a boss who told me it was smart to do so, and to keep my resume updated and posted on job boards. •… Continue reading Keyword: Design