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A Non-graphic Designer's Guide to Good-looking Learning
Online Events Archive
Online Forums 2012 - August 24, 2012
Design and Development Manager
Do you struggle with making technical concepts or software training visually appealing? Are your courses filled with bullet points or wordy text? You don't need an advanced certification in graphic design to make good-looking eLearning or presentations. If you don’t have strong design skills, this session will teach you how to create good-looking visuals to support learning.
Participants in this session will discover easy-to-learn tools and techniques for creating visually engaging training. You’ll learn simple graphic design techniques, how to make graphic design software work for you, and where to go online to get ideas or stock images.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why it's important that your course is good looking
- Simple graphic design techniques anybody can use
- How to make graphic-design software work for you
- Where to go online when you need ideas or stock images
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