9.4 Usability and Visual Design: Practicing with Visual Design
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Aesthetically pleasing interfaces are more usable (Norman, 2003). Working with well-designed tools and content supports positive emotions which are important to learning, creative thinking, curiosity, motivation, and the ability to cope with minor problems.
How can you improve usability and aesthetics in your course?
As you become more comfortable in working with images and alignment, the better-trained your eye will be in noticing things like not enough white space, skewed images, and test issues. To practice, download the Practice with Visuals PowerPoint file (808k) Transcript - Visuals PowerPoint
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Description of criterion
threshold: 5 pts
Total Points: 5 out of 5