March 2022

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Monday, March 14, 2022
6:30 – 8:00 pm: Business Meeting / Program



How to use graphics effectively in eLearning

I’m not a graphic designer.  Is that you?

Are you an instructional designer, eLearning developer, learning experience designer, trainer, or anyone else who needs to build graphics as part of a project?  High quality graphics are an essential part of eLearning, but most of us are not graphic designers, so what do we do?  Search the Internet for graphics, use the PowerPoint icon library?  Twelve years ago, our presenter faced that same problem, and he founded eLearningArt.

Anyone who uses graphics in their work will benefit from this session, where Bryan Jones, founder and president of eLearningArt, will demonstrate the effect high quality graphics can have on eLearning.


This meeting will be available synchronously via Zoom.

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Twelve years ago, Bryan Jones was a training consultant, building eLearning programs that needed to impact his clients’ business results.  But he is not a graphic designer.  After a disappointing response from a client, he realized that he needed better graphics, so he founded eLearningArt.  eLearningArt provides unlimited access to over 50,000 assets designed specifically for workplace learning.