Information/Instructional Design

Information/Instructional design is the practice of presenting instructional experiences efficiently and appealing.

 

Examples:

How to change a light bulb

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Instructional Design of “How to change a light bulb”. Design implements simple graphics and text in order to efficiently and appealingly present the instructions, as well as materials/tools you need.

 

Ikea Instructions

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Ikea instructions on how to build their shelf. No text is implemented, only graphics, as the method is somewhat simple.

 

Flight Safety Instructions

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Flight safety instructions include:

  • Clear instructions and procedures to evacuating an airplane during a hazard.
  • Step by step instructions aided with numbers and graphics to further assist in understanding the content and instructions.

 

 

 

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