My Design Manifesto. My Instructional Design Manifesto

My Design Manifesto

  •  My designs have nothing to do with me
  •  A design is about rendering a service
  •  A design is a frictionless portal to the service it renders
  •  A design may create friction if it enables behaviour change
  •  The face of a design should model the expected behaviour of its audience
  •  A design does not live in a vacuum. It must interface with the system(s) in place.
  •  For designs to interface with other systems, structure must be part of the design
  •  It is possible to measure a design
  •  To measure a design, measure the behaviors coming from the design

 

My Instructional Design Manifesto

  •  I will not design based on what I like
  •  Instructional design is about providing access to contextually relevant information to the user
  •  Instructional designs are about removing barriers to contextually relevant information
  •   Instructional design may create friction to help model a behaviour change
  •  The way instructional design looks should model the expected behaviour of the audience (Explore, Question or Click Next)
  •   Instructional design does not live in a vacuum. It needs to interface with existing business systems already in place
  •  For instructional design to interface with existing systems, it must include a structure that details this interface
  •  It is possible to measure the impact of instructional design
  •  To measure the impact of instructional design measure the behaviours resulting from the design.
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