People won’t always say this out loud, but there’s a lurking assumption that making learning content more accessible is going to mean making it less beautiful. Obviously you want to make your content work for the widest and most diverse audience of learners. But does that necessarily mean a compromise on aesthetics? I say no. And luckily for me, all the best …
Chris Hildrey is an inspirational young architect who uses design thinking to address real-world problems like homelessness. We met up with him during his stint as a designer in residence at the Design Museum, London. Following an excellent presentation Chris gave at our Lumesse Learning kick off held at the Design Museum earlier this year, we invited him to run a …
I’m on my way back from the annual Lumesse Kick-Off, an event for internal staff that runs on the day after our awesome public event, the Learning Lounge. Highlights of the public event are available on our website, but I wanted to share some insights from a talk on applied design thinking that wasn’t in the public programme, simply because …
Best Advance in Compliance Training.
Lumesse Learning is proud to announce a new client relationship with a global professional services firm.
The case for the defence.
In this video Sven Ove Sjolyst gives a walk-through of new improvements and features of CourseBuilder, with the spotlight on xAPI implementation.
… And why beauty and pleasure are the new starting points for learning design
Lumesse Client SABMiller wins the top prize at the Personnel Today Awards for a blended learning programme that delivered $33 million incremental profit.
Improved support for accessibility standards is a headline item among new upgrades to CourseBuilder, the cloud-based elearning authoring tool for teams.