Engaging learners and making sure that the expected content is entirely covered, seem to be critical parts of course success, but for digital learning, it is not enough. You also need to be sure that the user interface (UI) is intuitive, useful and easy to access. That includes taking the time to go through and check for great user experiences (UX) to ensure that you don’t lose out your eLearners just because the course is challenging to navigate or follow through.
As you read this article, think about the examples provided and how design factors can influence each learner. The author will provide you with some essential questions to ask before starting, and you can explore each of them as an essential guide to designing the best user experience in your eLearning courses.