Watch the full workshop here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMprxiz5rGM&feature=youtu.be
Learning a new skill is suppose to be hard, but it doesn't need to be complicated. The difference between the two is design. Learning design, to be more specific.
Learning design is the practice of translating a set of skills into an experience that empowers and enables other people. Long relegated to academia, HR teams, and compliance training, learning design (or, as it has more often and more narrowly been called, "instructional design") belongs alongside UX and Service Design as an experience design discipline. It can dramatically improve digital and real-world user experiences, change the way individuals and teams behave, and unlock how companies and organizations function. At its core, learning design is about how people consume, interpret, and apply new information and behaviors. What could be more fundamental than that?
During this workshop, we explore the key components and methods behind learning design. Together, we identify the DNA it shares with other more traditional design disciplines, and then put it all to practice by creating our very own learning experience. By the end, you'll have an entirely new set of tools in your design utility belt to help your users, colleagues, and stakeholders understand and operate in the world.