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Using images, graphics, and infographics in learning design to create visual representations of information, data, or knowledge can be a great way to present information quickly and clearly. When used in learning design or instructional design they can help ensure content is presented in a manner to suit a variety of learning styles. Videos incorporating graphics and infographics can also be used to support learning. Learn more about using training videos here.

Examples of Infographics and Graphics Used in Learning Design

Instructional Design Australia and Discover Learning Designs use infographics and graphics in many of the learning programs we create. Below is a small selection related to learning design.

What do Instructional Designers do?

Learn more about Instructional Designers here.

Learning Needs Analysis (LNA) in High-Risk Industries

Learn more about conducting a Learning Needs Analysis (LNA) in High-Risk Industries here.

Instructional Designer Skills and Qualities

Learn more about Instructional Designer Skills and Qualities here.

70:20:10 Model

Learn more about the 70:20:10 model here.

Problem Based Learning Model

Learn more about Problem Based Learning here.

Preference of Learners In Today’s Modern Workplace

infographic showing the preference of a modern learner

Learn more about applying learning design for the modern workplace here.

Conscious Competence Learning Model

Learn more about using the Conscious Competence Learning Model in learning design here.

ADDIE Model of Instructional Design

See More Examples of Graphics And Infographic in Our Latest Learning Design Blogs

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Instructional Design Australia (IDA) provides services to support workplace learning and change. With team members in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth, IDA will enable your people to engage, learn, and perform.

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