Good graphic design has the power to catch (and keep) people’s interest, clarify difficult concepts, organize materials more effectively, and add a professional polish to your work. But it’s not uncommon for instructional designers and others who work in learning and development to need to take on graphic design tasks without having any training in this skill. In this session, you’ll discover tips, techniques, and tools that can help you easily boost your visual design skills in ways that make your projects more effective for learning.
Bianca Woods is Senior Manager of Programming for The eLearning Guild and the founder of Clever Raptor, an L&D design studio. With degrees in both art education and education media design & technology, she’s passionate about demystifying design and technology for others. She loves designing learning content and media, test driving new technology, and taking photos of bizarre warning signs. If these things sound interesting to you, you should probably follow her Twitter feed @eGeeking.