Jul 11, 2017
We recently spoke about the importance of user experience design, but how does this differ in a learning context?
On this week's GoodPractice Podcast: Julie Dirksen, author of 'Design for How People Learn', joins Ross and James to explore the importance of 'desirable difficulty'.
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Julie has written about why 'clear and easy to understand' can be a bad thing at:http://usablelearning.com/2011/07/06/why-clear-and-easy-to-understand-can-be-bad/.
She has also presented on UX for learning, which you can see here: https://www.slideshare.net/usablelearning/ux-for-learning-design.
Finally, if you are interested in the conversation around Ericsson's work on deliberate practice, you can join the Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/designforhowpeoplelearn/ .
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Next week, our guest is Martin Couzins, discussing journalism's tips for L&D.