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Romain Gibert recently posted an interesting article on his blog: [here] There are no technical standards when it comes to format and compatibility with elearning. SCORM has been the de-facto model for interoperability and compatibility among elearning tools and systems. Moreover, SCORM oversees how elearning modules and learning management systems communicate with each other. For...
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Setting up efficient UX processes is a great discussion that gets more and more attention in both industry and academia. The main reason for this shift of interest is the common understanding that efficient and well thought UX design processes have a great impact products’ final appeal and form. Following is a diagram of a...
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Experience designers always learn new things by getting involved in new projects. User experience is a constant process of trying to find balance between technology and nature, client needs and investor needs, art and logic. In this sense, being presented with the opportunity to design a smartwatch application for an existing audio analysis tool was...
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In his book Futuredays: A Nineteenth Century Vision of the Year 2000, Isaac Asimov chose to publish designs of artists, who at the beginning of the twentieth century, tried to imagine how the world be a hundred years later. One of the designs were dedicated to future of education. The artist imagined classrooms, where students would not...
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