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Adobe Flash: Twilight is Upon Us.

After a run spanning over two decades, we are now in the last chapter of a long goodbye to Adobe Flash.

Project and Time Management: Helping Customers Help You Meet Their Deadlines

You can look at any professional field and you will find deadlines. Deadlines are a necessary tool to ensure work is completed in a timely manner. Deadlines might feel like the “bane” of your customer’s existence, but with the proper support and structure, deadlines do not need to be panic-inducing. When putting together deadlines and

Blended Learning – What is the Right Balance and How to Add Micro Learning with In-Person or Online Learning

There is no official definition or universally agreed-upon meaning of blended learning, but it is a term that generally describes the combination of online learning, traditional in-person learning, and independent study time. Blended learning goes beyond simply using computers for learning and toward a fundamental change in the way people learn. Many people call blended

UX vs Visual Design

When you set out to create a new website, app, game, or almost any digital product you will need designers. Designers are responsible for giving a digital product its structure, form, and appearance. There are many different types of designers, each focusing on one element of product design. To people outside the design industry, UX

Designing Training in Agile Projects: How to Work With Tight Deadlines and Turnaround Times

The Agile methodology was originally created for software development. Since its formal establishment in 2001, the Agile method of project management has expanded beyond software development. Now Agile can be applied to most projects regardless of industry. While Agile project management can be highly effective, it must be implemented correctly. To best use the Agile

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  • Instructional Design

Project and Time Management: Helping Customers Help You Meet Their Deadlines

You can look at any professional field and you will find deadlines. Deadlines are a necessary tool to ensure work is completed in a timely manner. Deadlines might feel like the “bane” of your customer’s existence, but with the proper support and structure, deadlines do not need to be panic-inducing. When putting together deadlines and

UX vs Visual Design

When you set out to create a new website, app, game, or almost any digital product you will need designers. Designers are responsible for giving a digital product its structure, form, and appearance. There are many different types of designers, each focusing on one element of product design. To people outside the design industry, UX

Designing Training in Agile Projects: How to Work With Tight Deadlines and Turnaround Times

The Agile methodology was originally created for software development. Since its formal establishment in 2001, the Agile method of project management has expanded beyond software development. Now Agile can be applied to most projects regardless of industry. While Agile project management can be highly effective, it must be implemented correctly. To best use the Agile

  • All Topics
  • Instructional Design

Adobe Flash: Twilight is Upon Us.

After a run spanning over two decades, we are now in the last chapter of a long goodbye to Adobe Flash.

Blended Learning – What is the Right Balance and How to Add Micro Learning with In-Person or Online Learning

There is no official definition or universally agreed-upon meaning of blended learning, but it is a term that generally describes the combination of online learning, traditional in-person learning, and independent study time. Blended learning goes beyond simply using computers for learning and toward a fundamental change in the way people learn. Many people call blended

UX vs Visual Design

When you set out to create a new website, app, game, or almost any digital product you will need designers. Designers are responsible for giving a digital product its structure, form, and appearance. There are many different types of designers, each focusing on one element of product design. To people outside the design industry, UX

Designing Training in Agile Projects: How to Work With Tight Deadlines and Turnaround Times

The Agile methodology was originally created for software development. Since its formal establishment in 2001, the Agile method of project management has expanded beyond software development. Now Agile can be applied to most projects regardless of industry. While Agile project management can be highly effective, it must be implemented correctly. To best use the Agile