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Responsive Learning

Designing your digital training and eLearning to be responsive is something that can greatly benefit your organisation and future-proof your training through the use of technology. The idea behind responsive learning is to create training content and eLearning that can be used seamlessly on a variety of devices. By designing your eLearning to be used on a variety of devices will increase the amount of learners your content is accessible to and can greatly improve the overall User Experience.

When designing responsive learning it is important that your content can adapt to a variety of devices including phones, tablets and laptops. This may require more work in the design process, however, once created it can greatly improve the flow of your eLearning and open up your training to a wider audience of learners.

Below are some of the benefits that designing you eLearning to be responsive can bring:

1. Flexibility & Availability

Creating eLearning that is responsive means your digital training can be taken on a variety of devices, this means that your learners can take training in the office or while on-the-go using their tablet, smartphone or laptop. This makes your eLearning far more attractive to learners and increases your potential audience as learners have the option to take your training on a device they want and at a time of their choosing.

2. User Experience

By designing your training to be responsive means the overall content flow and navigation will be improved. Taking eLearning on a computer is very different to taking it on a tablet, on a tablet the screen size is much smaller, the learner navigates differently and content cannot be displayed in the same way due to size restrictions. By developing responsive training ensures your eLearning will retain the same seamless flow and navigation that you would get on a computer.

3. Future Ready

Another benefit to designing your eLearning and digital training to be responsive is that it is future ready. As portable device usage continues to increase it is important that your eLearning can adapt to a variety of devices. By not doing this your eLearning and digital training may start to look outdated very quickly as learners become demanding about how and when they want to take digital training.

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