Learning Experience Design is a holistic approach to learning experiences, designing, developing, and delivering learner-focused solutions. It used instructional design, user experience design, visual design, service design, and design thinking to put together the learning experience.
There are four key elements of Learning Experience Design (LXD) that are essential for a successful training program. These four elements work together to promote significant and practical learner experiences.
Learning Experience Design (LXD) incorporates various design principles within learning, such as interaction design, user experience design, experience design, graphic design, and game design. Along with these, education, training, and development with cognitive psychology and experimental learning are also parts of this process.
As more platforms, businesses, and educational institutions manage interactions and their typical daily services from home, the need for virtual communication that is seamless and transparent is more needed than ever.
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In this blog, we will explore the actual difference between LXD and ID.
By the end of the article, you will clearly understand the difference between the two. We’ll dovetail Learning Design Systems (LDS) as we go along!
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