Learning Experience Design

Your constantly-updated definition of Learning Experience Design and collection of topical content and literature

What is Learning Experience Design?

At first glance it may appear that UX design and learning design are poles apart but in reality many UX designers will become involved in learning experience design when creating help, tutorials, onboarding, etc. for their digital products. There are many similarities between learning design and UX design fortunately and it can be relatively easy for skilled UX designers to adapt their skillset to learning experiences.

Literature on Learning Experience Design

Here’s the entire UX literature on Learning Experience Design by the Interaction Design Foundation, collated in one place:

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