INFOMATION/INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN

Definition (min 1 paragraph) in your own words.

As for instructional design, its known for the process by which instruction is improved through the analysis of learning needs and efficient development of learning experiences. There are many facets of these particular designers that have evolved over the decades, instructional designers often seen using technology and multimedia as tools to enhance instruction. Furthermore, information design is known for embracing approaches and methodologies that go beyond purely visual design. The main goal of information design as a final result is the effective presentation of information and the skill and practice of presenting information so that people can use it efficiently. Plus, the main goal of instructional design as the outcome is the analysis of learning needs and systematic development of instruction designed and delivered.

Examples (min 3 screen shots with screen grabs and explanation).

Logical Harmony – Tashina Combs

Logical Harmony is a website that was created by Tashina Combs, which showcases the intended users tips and trends to do with makeup to skincare and hair, in regards to bringing you the best in beauty, lifestyle, fashion, health and diet. The content focuses on vegan beauty and the promotion of a healthy and animal-friendly lifestyle. A very simple  instructional design, once you open up this website users can easily navigate themselves through the site without any issues as it is quite a straight forward process, by providing simple navigations such as a drop down bar and buttons. The look and feel within is quite sophisticated and enlightening, using 2 colours; such as grey and black.

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