Designing interactions? Perhaps you shouldn’t bother…

Posted on Apr 7, 2013

I was recently asked to facilitate a session at an eLearning Network event. The rest of the speakers spoke in great detail about what interactions was, wasn’t and how to ensure that we used ‘science’ to craft our interactions.

Me?

I facilitated a session that essentially said “don’t bother” – well at least for some things….

Want to know more? Then check out my Slideshare below. I’ve added some accompanying audio that I recorded live on the day. Whilst this means that you get to hear the ‘real thing‘, you also have to put up with the vagaries of live recording….

Enjoy.

Designing interactions – Don’t design interactions if you don’t have to! from Craig Taylor
Have you ever fallen into the trap of creating an online activity/interaction etc that with the benefit of hindsight, you wish you’d created in the ‘real’ world?
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3 Comments

  1. Excellent presentation!Great one.

  2. I was at the eLN event on Friday and found your presentation really inspirational. It was great to get another perspective on creating eLearning for the workplace. It made me think about how I am sometimes over thinking an interaction that would be better served by just keeping it ‘real’. Thanks for sharing your presentation here too.

    • becktacular Hi! Thanks for taking the time to drop by and comment. I’m really chuffed that you found my session useful and would be keen to hear how (if at all), you use any of its content.
      Don’t hesitate to give me a shoot of I can help at all in the future.
      Craig

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