Our interfaces are very simple. Our usability laboratory is responsible for simplifying and getting rid of functions. Nonetheless, unclear and over-complex technologies are one of the main reasons for loss of acceptance.
2. Speed wins
Nobody wants long waiting times or frequent clicking: the hourglass as a waiting symbol massively reduces acceptance amongst hard-working learners. In the hectic day-to-day lives of learners, speed is a vital quality factor.
3. A Focus on the Learning Experience
LX Design is the sister of UX Design: Fundamentally, we want to facilitate a good experience for the learner at all of the touchpoints.
4. Personalisation instead of a scattergun approach
No more egalitarianism! We respect that learners’ time is a very valuable commodity. Thanks to adaptive e-learning, we determine the prior knowledge of the learner and distil the learning requirement to focus on the real gaps in the learner‘s knowledge.
5. More autonomy for learners
External determination reduces acceptance. We allow the learner to have a high degree of self-determination as to how he or she wants to deal with the content.
6. Necessity drives motivation to learn
Direct feedback helps keep quality consistently high. Surveys ensure that we identify relevant matters at an early stage. The goal is to be closer to the learner and to recognise the learner’s needs at an early stage. The key to acceptance is to serve the learner’s needs.
7. Activation through transparency
A fundamental principle in engagement design is crystal-clear orientation: Where do you stand? What have you already achieved? How much longer do you need?
8. Onboarding reduces uncertainty
Simply letting learners loose on a new learning tool means a likelihood of rejection or inhibitions. However, a good onboarding process allows for a gentle start. After all, participant welfare is essential for acceptance.
E-learning – the most frequently used learning scenario in Digital Learning. Best-suited to smaller training units or as part of a blended learning journey.
2. Learning on demand
The most important learning scenario of the future: Learning at the so-called “Moment of Need”, enabled through Digital Learning. This is because the heterogeneity of the requirements with regard to time and depth can no longer be resolved through fixed-time learning scenarios only.
3. Social Learning
Learn more quickly from experts. Via our social expert channel, learners can ask questions to the experts within the learning process. The experts will answer via text, voice or video. In this way, we link up those who have knowledge and those who are searching for knowledge quickly and easily.
4. Performance Support & Workplace Learning
Take the knowledge to the place where the question arises. Fundamentally, it’s about learning as an integral element of day to-day life. Whether it‘s via a QR code at the POS or in the production hall, whether it‘s integrated into software systems or as an “instant app” for management and others. More relevance, convenience and time savings are at the forefront.
5. Transfer App
Ultimately, the only thing that counts is what is also established in day-to day life. In order to increase sustainability, learners need to be supported. Thanks to intelligent time management, you can ensure continuous activation and reduce your own effort. The focus is on encouraging learners to take more action.
6. Learning Library
There is good learning content all over the place. We manage these valuable sources together. With our learning nuggets, you can offer learners a vibrant panoply of books, articles, videos, podcasts, webinars and seminars.