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Brian, Judy, and special guest Julie “Usable Learning” Dirksen discuss usability, why you should care about it, how to start making sure your courses meet “table stakes”, and of course, Julie’s brand-new book, Design for How People Learn.
Brian drank St. Arnold Christmas Ale
Judy drank Rogue Dead Guy Ale
Julie drank Woodchuck Dark and Dry Cider
- Judy’s review of Julie’s book on eLearn Magazine
- Will at Work Learning
- ASTD’s Advanced E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate Program
- Brian’s DevLearn Session: Remember the User
- Steve Krug’s Don’t Make Me Think
- Steve Krug’s Rocket Surgery Made Easy
- Jakob Nielsen’s books
- Morae by TechSmith
- Julie’s slides on LxD from Learning Solutions 2011
- Don Norman’s The Design of Everyday Things
- Stephen Anderson’s Seductive Interaction Design
- Don Norman’s Emotional Design: Why We Love (or Hate) Everyday Things
- Julie’s TechKnowledge 2012 Session: LxD — Learner Experience Design
8 thoughts on “#9: Usability. Don’t Be a Moron.”
Judy – I would love to see some examples of things you’ve built with Zebra. Do you have any you’d be willing to share?
Dan, I’d certainly be willing to share, but honestly, I haven’t played with it in months and anything I did before then is not really completed work. I’m planning to get some use out of my 60-day trial soon, so I’ll post back here when I make something worth sharing.
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