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A true mobile learning solution must offer a clear benefit for users, help individuals and teams improve performance, and ultimately provide a return on investment by delivering better business outcomes.
Here are five things to consider when producing a mobile learning solution that gets results:
1. Put Mobility First
The Mobile First philosophy is the subject of much debate. Simply put, the essence of Mobile First is to develop for the smallest screen first, and then add additional content and features for larger and larger screens.
Why do this? Because much of the functionality and design that appears beautifully on larger screens like computers looks and behaves awful on a phone screen. This is why “mobile compatibility” means nothing on its own. Regardless of the screen you decide to design for first, mobile should at least considered first, so that good design choices can be made throughout the instructional design process.
Source: Dashe & Thomson