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LMS design principles


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When your organisation decides on a particular learning management system (LMS) software, you will need to consider look and feel, including effective course design and how users will interact with the LMS.

In this session, you will learn about:

+Appearance - theming to represent your organisation's brand;
+Navigation - via breadcrumbs, menus and blocks;
+Accessibility - for desktop, mobile and tablet devices;
+Personalisation - user profile, dashboard and individual customisation;
+Structure - course settings, format and layout.

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LMS design principles

  1. 1. Learning management system Design principles Presented by Chad Outten
  2. 2. Overview Appearance Navigation Accessibility Personalisation Structure
  3. 3. Appearance Theme Colour Font Iconset
  4. 4. Font Times New Roman Georgia Courier Helvetica Arial Verdana Sans-serif Serif
  5. 5. Iconset
  6. 6. Navigation Breadcrumbs Menus Blocks
  7. 7. Trends Australia 2011 (2010): 47% mobile wireless1 (+15%) 11 million mobile phone internet subscribers1 (+14%) 73% broadband for households2 (+20%) 18% tablet use3 (+80%) 4.2h per week mobile internet3 (+20%)
  8. 8. LMS
  9. 9. Accessibility Desktop Mobile Tablet
  10. 10. Personalisation User profile Dashboard Individual customisation
  11. 11. Structure Course settings Format Layout
  12. 12. Reading web content -eyetracking study -scan in few seconds -general F-shaped pattern -80% time above page fold
  13. 13. Questions... !"‫ا%سء‬ Въпроси 問題 Pitanja Otázky Spørgsmål Vragen Kysymykset Fragen Ερωτήσεις !"न Domande 質問 질문 Spørsmål Pytania Perguntas Întrebări Вопросы Cuestiones Frågor
  14. 14. Food for thought “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”. -Leonardo da Vinci
  15. 15. References Nielsen, J (2007) Breadcrum Navigation Increasingly Useful 1. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 8153.0 - Internet Activity, Australia, Dec 2011 2. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 8146.0 - Household Use of Information Technology, Australia, 2010-11 3. Nielsen Online, 2012, New online activities services and devices bringing Australian more choices and new ways of doing old things australians-.html Nielsen, J (2006) F-Shaped Pattern For Reading Web Content Nielsen, J (2010) Scrolling and Attention Images sourced under Creative Commons license
  16. 16. 1300 438 567 (GET LMS)