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Candidates make professionally sound decisions in selecting appropriate processes and resources to provide optimal conditions for learning based on principles, theories, and effective practices.

Description of Artifact

This project was developed for GDIT 716 "Design of the Learner Experience" in Summer 2021 with Dr. Carbonara to discuss the role of solid design of the user experience.  Compelling ideas from learning theories, best practices for design, and with color selections are discussed. This assignment required class participants to consider color theories, design principles, and the overall "feel" of a product.  


The ability to explain and leverage the principles behind good user experiences (UX) is important for instructional designers to master.  Good UX can support the learner through their acquisition of information and a deeper retention of knowledge.  Examples of sound design principles are included in this presentation, along with the interdisciplinary aspects of design for the user experience. Although I believe the artifact does a reasonable job of reaching the standard, there is room for growth in this area.

Screenshot of a powerpoint project
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