This year you brought digital collaboration to a whole new level. Now it's time to sit back and take a look at what you've accomplished so far. Then, spend some time with your family. You've earned it!
Developing qualitative eLearning courses fast is always a challenge. In this article we have 9 simple ways to make eLearning development process fast and efficient.
Know the various types of client feedback that you need in order to build better website prototypes. Know about the design cycle process.
Have you ever wondered how to get feedback for your video assets? Have you faced any issues understanding, for which frame the feedback is? Is sharing and understanding feedback for videos, slowing your agile sprints?
Implementing instruction and collaborating with Subject Matters Experts aside, the early stages of planning and designing an effective learning experience are influenced greatly by the Instructional Design strategy employed.
e-Learning feedback and reviews are some of the most important issues during the course development process for all the stakeholders involved in the project. There are a number of tips and ideas about what constitutes good e-Learning reviews and how various stakeholders should ask for feedback and share feedback. Timely review cycles and tight feedback
When we started building a tool for gathering reviews and sharing feedback on web, eLearning, and eCommerce projects, we were always focused on providing context. Visual context, to be precise. That was the main problem we were trying to solve with zipBoard. Our own experience with conventional-issue or bug tracking and collaboration systems had left
A successful eLearning project stands on multiple pillars and involves many aspects that ensure success. With a variety of stakeholders, like instructional designers, subject matter experts, project managers, end learners, etc., collaboration and review are essential to ensure a successful eLearning course development process
Let us start by establishing the scope of design and its stakeholders. Just how buttons, colors, and typeface alone don’t make up design, in the same way, the stakeholders in a design process are not limited to designers and creative directors. With the design, there’s a goal. And to reach that goal, there is a
zipBoard is a small team that is passionate about design collaboration. We want to make it easy for teams and clients to discuss design easily, more collaboratively — whether remote or co-located. That is why we designed zipBoard to be your virtual whiteboard, no matter what type of project. Whether you are starting a website redesign, working
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