Archive for Tag Archives: ' design'

Apple Watch – Possibilities for Performance Support & Learning

The much rumoured and much awaited Apple watch is out today. While other companies (e.g. Samsung, Motorola) have already released smartwatches, Apple has once again redefined this category by fusing the hardware and software to create [...]

Learning Design in Australia – Is it mature enough ?

Watch recording Date : Thu, May 23, 2013 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM AEST How is Learning Design doing in Australia ? Are we good ? Are we innovative ? Do we improve our Learning Design [...]

Design Principles for Learning Cafe UnConference 2013. Feb 21, Sydney.

The 2nd Learning Café UnConference is not far away. Come 21 Feb, 2013 a bunch of experienced and passionate learning professionals will descend on the Australian Technology Park in Sydney for a day of discussion and [...]

Design Principles for UnConference – Alternate Reality

I have been asked by people how the UnConference will be different from regular “conferences”. The first Learning Cafe UnConference is being held in Sydney on 16th Feb 2012 and coming along very nicely. This gathering of experienced L&D [...]

Steve Jobs and Lessons for Designing Learning

Update : With great regret I have to update this blog to include the news of Steve Jobs passing away. – Jeevan Steve Jobs and his philosophy of product design have some powerful lessons for designing learning “products” that [...]

The Effectiveness of Learning – Design by Respect

This post follows on from The Effectiveness of Learning – A case to bury “TNA”. One of the important issues that tends to get lost by developers in the excitement of creating e-learning content is some [...]