Category: Web Resource

Podcast: The L&D Forecast

Emily Sheetz launched a new podcast L&D Forecast which is easy to listen to and provides a fresh perspective of what to consider and where to look in the world of learning. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing and working with Emily for over 10 years now and have seen her grow into a master storyteller with a creative edge that helps an audience connect with her ideas.

Check out her podcasts and you can connect with Emily on LinkedIn. You can also view Emily’s writings on Medium. You can listen to Emily’s fun interview with me that went so fast I can’t wait to do it again.

Accessibility Resources

Two resources for learning and planning around designing for everyone. Understanding the possibilities during planning will lead to a more usable experience.

Accessibility Do’s and Don’ts

Thinking about best practice do’s and don’ts check out this blog post.

Thinking about Accessibility for Teams during planning and workflows.

Developed by the US.gov for assisting teams around inclusive design. check out this quick start guide.

More resources:

Microsoft Inclusive Design

View & Download Presentation: Using Your Mobile Device to Create Amazing Content #ATDTK19

View & Download the deck from the presentation on Thursday, Feb 7, 2019.

Are you looking for amazing ways to use your mobile device to create content? In this session, you will learn how to use your phone or tablet to brainstorm, sketch, take notes, collaborate, create audio- and video-based media, and animate using several mind-blowing apps. You’ll leave the session feeling inspired and have the practical information to apply one or more apps when you get back on the job. 

– Explore several apps to enhance creativity on your mobile device. 
– Discover several free and inexpensive apps to improve brainstorming, productivity, and collaboration. 
– Apply these apps immediately on your next project. 

Checkout the helpful App & Web Resource – Flipboard.com #learning #lscon

If you haven’t played with app Flipboard,  you should download the latest version for iOS or Android. It easily allows to select from hundreds of categories and web resources and then easily review them daily or weekly based on your schedule. The web version is also great when you are on your desktop station and want to check out the latest stories.

Great design inspiration in the layout, be sure to look at it on the phone and tablet in portrait and landscape to learn how it moves and reacts to the users preference. I use it several times a week.

 

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iPad Pro Landscape:

2 Flipboard Landscape Tiles

 

iPad Pro Portrait:

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iPhone:

FlipboardiPhoneStory

 

OLC Prototyping Speed Session

For this attending the Online Learning Conference on Tuesday 10.6, here’s a quick reference document to use back at your desk. This guide provides overview of 4 products. 060715s Prototyping Handout OnLineLearning

 

You can also download a presentation deck with additional materials at:

HTML5: Beyond the Hype – Download a copy and get the resources from Today’s Preso at #WWC2012

View/Download a copy of HTML5 – Beyond the Hype and understand why you should be moving to the new standards. Learn why its important in the evolution of web apps and content delivery, what key technologies you should learn today to take advantage of and dissect several examples of HTML5. Presented at Wharton Web Conference in Philadelphia 7/10/12.