The whole point of taking psychology into consideration is the end product: individuals who are happier and who will probably experience effective eLearning. Take a peek at some thoughts on the psychology of design:
Although infographics, charts, illustrations, and other visuals for eLearning will never replace quality content, they can often do a better job at explaining content easily. However, in order to become effective teaching tools, visuals must reflect the user’s cognitive architecture and add something meaningful to the learning experience.
This post looks at a simple approach to creating effective visuals for eLearning by considering the 5 Cs.
There are several types of eLearning courses, but if you want to create an effective one, then there are some ideas you need to follow. Creating an effective online course requires, time, effort, planning and these tips can help you along the way, especially when you are just getting started.
Research has found that 80 percent of information processed by the brain of an Internet user comes from sight and yet other studies have discovered that people are exceptionally sensitive to visual cues when learning. These two pieces of information suggest that visual content is a key factor in eLearning and applying graphic techniques appropriately could enhance knowledge acquisition.
eLearning developers must familiarize with color psychology before start designing.