In the talent and L&D communities over the last several years, there has been much discussion about digital transformation. From Brandon Carson’s book, Learning in the Age of Immediacy, to […]
You may have heard something like this concerning responsive design: “We want to develop a series of eLearning modules. Learners should be able to access them on computers and mobile […]
Defining Mobile First The concept should be a familiar one by now, its associated image almost archetypal. A smart phone gives way to a tablet and then to a desktop, […]
When designing for mobile, what should be considered beforehand? There are many motivations to create mobile learning. The sheer number of smart phones in use presents an unprecedented opportunity to […]
We had a terrific Fredrickson Young Learning Leaders Forum meeting this February. We discussed trends in learning and development. Of course, mobile learning featured prominently in the discussion – […]
2015 was an excellent year for us: we turned 30, our events went well, we changed our name to Fredrickson Learning, and we put up this fancy new website. We have […]
Recently, I came across Articulate’s outstanding white paper outlining their stance on Mobile Learning. In it, Articulate’s CTO, Arlyn Asch, makes a strong case against slide-based ‘responsive’ mLearning, saying […]
This is a great article that cleanly outlines tips for writing for mobile. 6 Tips for Effective Mobile Copy ‘The Golden Triangle’ is fascinating — the majority of users’ attention […]
One of the biggest mistakes I made when first pursuing Mobile Learning was pursuing it on my own. I really wish I would’ve spent time building relationships with advocates, partners, and allies who could help me realize my vision.
This is the first in a series of posts where I’ll address issues related to getting started with Mobile Learning.