No-one disputes the fact that good learning content needs to be well-written.
But what makes good writing in this day and age of people walking the streets glued to their smart phone?
How do we write well in this era of people traveling on trains and planes with their eyes locked on their iPhone Kindle or Galaxy?
It’s easy to think that following the rules you were taught in writing class at school is the answer. But is it?
People don’t read screen text the way they read text in a book or on printed paper. So should we be following venerable rules that are centuries old and designed for the world of paper and ink?
In this short video post, I’ll share some insights about writing screen text.