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Welcome to the links section.

Here, you will find various essential links that are in relation with interactive digital media and design. These links can be used as key tools towards better creating or developing a better understanding towards interactive design and can be applied to any future design project.



Information / Instructional Design- Example 3

Precedent 3: Lynda


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Image: N, A. (2017). Lynda Home Page [Image]. Retrieved from https://www.lynda.com/


Lynda is an example of an instructional design that allows users to learn essential skills in business, software, technology and creative skills that users can then apply in real time job projects or school assessments.

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Information / Instructional Design- Example 1

Precedent 1: Red Cross First Aid App

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N, A. (2015). Australian Red Cross [Logo]. Retrieved from


The official Australian Red Cross First Aid app is an example of an instructional design that gives users instant access to the information that they need to know to handle the most common first aid emergencies.

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Information / Instructional Design- Definition

Personal Definition


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Image: N, A. (2017). Uber Pricing Location Estimate Page [Image]. Retrieved from https://community.articulate.com/series/practical-instructional-design-how-tos


Information or instructional design from my understanding is defined as the process of demonstrating how to do something or explain how something works to it’s intended audience through designers using various elements of interactivity, design, information and layout in order to create a final outcome. The process of instructional design involves determining the users needs and or possible problems that they may experience. Through this process will help find the end goal of the instruction and as a result designers are able to create a clear step by step instructional design. Common examples of instructional designs include instructional diagrams of “how to” steps that can be found when purchasing a piece of furniture at Ikea. These diagrams are designed to make the users experience and problems easier to fix and understand, hence the main purpose behind information and or instructional design.