Category Archives: CMS

Systems & UX

There’s a reason most people cannot learn or navigate through systems. They are not user centred nor really designed for user experience (UX). They’re not designed for humans. They are designed for enterprises, for purposes of management, security and to support business … Continue reading

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WordPress for Online Teaching and Learning

I’ve been using WordPress professionally since January 2016 for website development in my current role in web communications. I also have experience using Drupal, another open source CMS, for web site development and as an LMS. Most of what I write … Continue reading

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LMSs and Alternatives

The academic LMS appears to be here to stay. They are enterprise systems integrated with other systems that satisfy many administrative business for universities and colleges and they have invested heavily in them. Teaching and learning are tertiary to administrative … Continue reading

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Stop Blaming Yourself Because of Poor Design

“Good design enables bad design disables.” – Paul Hogan, Architect and Founder of the European Institute of Design and Disability “Bad design increases the likelihood of human error” Photo: ESA Copyright Notice: http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/ESA_Multimedia/Copyright_Notice_Images There’s a reason most people cannot learn or navigate through systems. They … Continue reading

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