What is learning experience design?
Learning experience design (LXD) is the science and art of creating learning experiences that enable learners to acquire knowledge, use tools, build skills and practice new behaviors that help bring the desired outcome. It is both human-centered and goal-oriented.
LXD applies the best practices in design thinking, interaction design, gamification, experiential learning, performance psychology, and business psychology.
The main objective of the educator is not to give instructions but to come up with experiences that are solutions, or at least experiences that will lead to solutions.
Why is LXD good for your company?
The conventional model suffers from information overload and offers no solutions to the challenges of humans at work. Many leadership training programs created using the traditional way, some of which take weeks to finish, do not bring immediate and visible results.
Organizations spend time, money, and human resources on training events that do not solve business problems and do not improve leaders’ performance.
Learning experience design is better than traditional curriculum design.
LXD is interdisciplinary. It is built upon practices that ensure enjoyable, practical, and relevant learning experiences. The content supports the learners’ needs and the learning’s impact on the business and the community it serves. LXD helps leaders find useful, desirable, and viable solutions to a clear problem.